Daily Dashboard September 14th

The offseason is over and the Buffalo Sabres are gearing up to play their first pre-season game tomorrow against Montreal. Depending Screen Shot 2013-09-13 at 10.03.55 PMon how the regular season goes the boys won’t be hitting the link for a little while, but yesterday after training camp the Sabres hosted their golf tournament. I wonder who looked better on the links than the ice?

Anyways, did I mention the Buffalo Sabres have their first pre-season game tomorrow? NHL hockey is almost back, can’t wait to see the new Sabres’ lines on Sunday. Here are the links to the latest NHL stories in today’s Daily Dashboard.

Check out 5 more questions the Sabres will need to find answers to before training camp ends. [Die By the Blade]

Which Toronto Maple Leafs’ prospects could be cracking the NHL roster. [Bleacher Report]

Finally a head coach in Washington who is making an effort to befriend Alex Ovechkin, or at least understand where he’s coming from. [Washington Post]

Can Thomas Vanek survive on his own in Buffalo? Marcus Foligno and Cody Hodgson are great and all, but Jason Pominville… [Dobber Hockey]

Jason Spezza‘s career seems to be mirroring the career of Steve Yzerman. [Sen Shot]

Jared Cowen and the Ottawa Senators have come to terms on a new contract, leaving just 1 left in the top young RFA pool. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Goaltending controversy already?! Martin Brodeur says having Cory Schneider as the 40 year-olds backup is going to be a great challenge. [Pro Hockey Talk]

I will leave you with this on your fine Saturday morning. Patrick Kane has a pretty sick set of hands.

Topics: Buffalo Sabres

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  • davidmuscalo

    And what about his feet; his skates never touch one puck while he was stick handling. That’s incredible coordination, the whole body is in sync.

    • Caitlin Campbell

      Yeah I didn’t even think of the foot. His whole body moves as one unti, it’s incrediable… he’s a unique and very skilled player for sure.