Good morning Sabres fans – how many of you are prepared for the long week of late night West Coast hockey games ahead of us? I personally can’t
stand this week of hockey – even when the Buffalo Sabres are playing well. The games just last to long into the night. Ahh…I must just be getting old. Anyway – here is your daily dose of reading material from around the web.
The re-invention of Patrick Kaleta starts tonight as he suits up as a Rochester American for the first time since the 2007-2008 season. [Rochester Democrat and Chronicle].
Whether he needs it or not – demoting Kaleta was not the right message to send to the Buffalo Sabres. [Buffalo News].
GM Darcy Regier talks Buffalo Sabres and how he think the team is under the thumb of the NHL. [NBC Sports].
Armia is close to joining the lineup – Buffalo may have no choice but to send Nikita Zadorov back to the OHL – they are just running out of roster spots for rookies trying to learn the game – even Joel Armia might not see blue and gold this year. [WGR550].
The Buffalo Sabres lost a bad one to the Anaheim Ducks – but it feels a little better knowing the Ducks are first in the league? [USA Today Sports].
Keep it tuned here for all the same post game coverage you have come to know and either love or hate from the team here at Sabrenoise – just don’t be surprised if it is delayed a bit due to the late night games.
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