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Daily Dashboard October 31st, 2013

Happy Halloween to everyone out there who will either be bringing their kids around for candy or going to parties themselves. It’s such a spooktacular time of the year, keep safe out there! The MLB season has finally drawn to an end as the Boston Red Sox become the 2013

World Series Champions last night in Boston. Congratulations to the Sox and their fans on a great season going from last to first- can the Buffalo Sabres do the same next season?

With the end of baseball season, basketball season begins, but have no fear hockey fans as the NHL is starting to heat up with November right around the corner. Here’s all your daily links to get you caught up in the hockey world.

An interesting story that helps heat up the Ryan Miller goalie market. Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov has turned himself into the police on domestic violence charges and kidnapping someone he knew. The netminder is in jail and reportedly can not claim bail before he see’s a judge. [Bleacher Report]

Here’s a Toronto Maple Leaf fan having a little fun with his girlfriend. He made a sign that reads; “I will marry my girlfriend when the Leafs win the cup” the poor girl will be single forever. [Puck Daddy]

It appears Ryan Miller will be traded sooner rather than later as the Buffalo Sabres will not resign the netminder. How much longer will Miller be a Sabre?[SabreNoise]

What did Patrick Kaleta do while he was suspended? Why he got a nose job of course. Being a fighter has a toll on the the nose. [Puck Daddy]

The Chicago Blackhawks who won the Stanley Cup in 2013 will hit the White House to visit with Mr. Obama on Monday. [DNA Info]

The biggest talk around the league is that teams should pay for their players antics instead of just the players. There’s talk of coaching suspensions, forfeiting draft picks and earning big fines and apparently the idea is starting gain way. [CBC]

Mark Pysyk has quietly become one of the most reliable defenceman for the Buffalo Sabres. Here’s a nice little read about his progression and skill. [Buffalo News]

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