The Los Angeles Kings used home ice to break up the chance at a Western Conference Finals sweep, its now up to the Pittsburgh Penguins to do the same thing in Boston. Have the Boston Bruins found the Pittsburgh Penguins Achilles Heel?
Are the Buffalo Sabres learning anything from watching the remaining playoff teams and what is giving them success, or do they have their own model that they will try to implement when the roster freeze is lifted?
The draft is now just 25 days away, and even though there is plenty of hockey still to be played, most teams are looking at their draft boards, the Buffalo Sabres are one of them. Trade up, trade down, pick a prospect, get a player- where is the most value for the Buffalo Sabres? [Bleacher Report].
The Buffalo Sabres Alumni and local fisherman complete a successful charity fishing tournament, the seventh annual fishing contest run by the former members of the blue and gold. [Lockport Union Sun & Journal].
Los Angeles finally finds solace on home ice, getting on the board in the Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals. The Chicago Blackhawks acknowledge they got outworked in Game Three. [Chicago Tribune].
After getting pulled from the series for a lackluster performance, Marc-Andre Fleury finds himself back in the conversation, but Tomas Vokoun should remain the starting goaltender for the Pittsburgh Penguins. [The Puck Stops Here].
Every successful team has a guy that everyone hates playing. Brad Marchand is that guy for the Boston Bruins in this year’s playoffs. [Mass Live].
Is anyone else surprised that Jaromir Jagr is as big of a variable for the Boston Bruins? [The Boston Globe].
Topics: Buffalo Sabres