Stretch. Scratch scratch scratch.
Hmm . . . what the? Who are you people, and how did you get in my house?
Oh – sorry, Sabre Noise readers! I’m just waking up over here and am still a bit groggy. Can I get you anything this morning? Coffee? Cereal?
Breakfast links? Well here they are!
There was plenty of NHL action last night. As always, I direct you here to get caught up on what went down. [TSN]
Ever wonder what refs do to stay in shape, de-stress in between games, and such? I never had, until I stumbled across this piece by retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser. It’s actually quite interesting. [TSN]
I have always felt that the NHL is far, far too inconsistent with its suspensions. Other sports have standardized suspensions; the NHL needs to head the same route. [The Hockey News]
Plenty of teams are off to a bad start this season – and along with those teams come star players who have also come out slumping. Take a look at some stars whose stock is plummeting. [Bleacher Report]
I alluded to this the other day – could the Buffalo Sabres make a serious run for the worst season in the modern-day NHL era? [WGR 550] Oof.
Last but not least: Puck Daddy sat down and chatted with legendary player Bobby Orr recently about his take on fighting and the differences between the modern game and when he played. [Puck Daddy] Great read!
Enjoy your Sunday, everyone!!!!