Daily Dashboard September 19th, 2013

Once again tonight the Buffalo Sabres will be in action as they tango with the Carolina Hurricanes in their third preseason affair. The Sabres are looking to improve their record to 3-0 through preseason action. Not a bad start for the rebuilding boys in blue and gold. Although it’s preseason, doesn’t it feel good to wake up knowing the Sabres are in action later that night? 

It’s time to get you connected to all the latest from the hockey world in today’s Daily Dashboard.

Remember the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? Of course you do, everyone does, it was a pure classic. Well apparently St. Louis Blues, goaltending prospect Jordan Binnington was a huge fan of the show as he dedicated his new mask to the show. His mask features Will Smith from his Bel-Air days. Pretty funky no? [Bleacher Report]

NHL.com didn’t get enough for going through all 30 NHL teams the first time, so they’re doing again. Here’s another look at the Buffalo Sabres in their 30 for 15. [NHL]

There’s a new hockey season fast approaching and the always hilarious Down Goes Brown offers some New Year’s Resolutions for hockey fans. [Grantland]

Just how much has the Columbus Blue Jackets organization changed since last season. [Union and Blue]

While the two biggest college sports remain Football and Basketball, let’s not forget there will be an opportunity to catch some college puck this season. [United States of Hockey]

According to B/R the Buffalo Sabres are amongst the teams with the most to worry about during training camp. I’m not worried, I’m excited and the Sabres sure as heck aren’t playing worried hockey. [Bleacher Report]

Last night Caitlin Campbell dived into ESPN’s NHL goaltender rankings to discuss the placing of Ryan Miller. ESPN also announced their forward rankings, and to the surprise of many Ottawa Senators new forward Bobby Ryan wasn’t on the list. [Puck Daddy]

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