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Daily Dasherboard July 9, 2013

What next for the Buffalo Sabres?  Is a trade in the works – moving some of the defenseman you have on your roster for offensive pieces?  Are Ryan Miller and Thomas Vanek going to remain on the team, or can a deal be done

prior to the start of the season?  How entertaining will the Buffalo Sabres actually be in the 2013-2014 season?

I watched the summer replay last night of the Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers on MSG last night from February 28th.  I had almost forgotten how bad our entries into the zone were until last night.  What hit me more was the emptiness of the arena down in Sunrise.  How far are we from seeing those days in Buffalo again?

Does the price remain too high for Ryan Miller?  Granted, Darcy Regier got a first round pick for Paul Gaustad.  We know Darcy overvalues his players.  Can something reasonable be done to move Ryan Miller before the season starts?  [Bleacher Report].

Bringing Ryan Miller back into training camp after what took place after last season is like living with your ex-wife after a nasty divorce.

Is Henrik Tallinder the insurance policy Tyler Myers needs to bring his game back?  How about letting the kid play his game and not forcing him into a role he’s not familiar with.  What is Buffalo going to do when Tallinder’s contract is up and he signs somewhere else?  Myers has to find life after Hank.  [Hockey Buzz].

The New York Rangers resign Ryan McDonagh – a restricted free agent.  [The Boston Globe].

Plenty of players left in free agency.  Will July continue to be full of signings or are teams trying to nail down their roster in the new salary cap? [Bleacher Report].

When will NHL owners stop signing bad contracts?  It is only going to lead to another lockout when the current CBA expires.  [Sporting News].

Tyler Seguin quits twitter.  Hacked or not – that’s the question, and will it prevent other professional athletes from joining social media? [Mashable.com].

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