Don’t look now but your Buffalo Sabres are on a two-game wining steak and are back in action against the Toronto Maple Leafs again
tonight. Can they make it three in a row? Ted Nolan had the boys skating hard and the new era in Buffalo began successfully last night, hopefully they come out even hungrier tonight.
Before tonight’s game let’s get you caught up on all the latest news from around the NHL in today’s Buffalo Sabres daily dashboard. Here we go.
Where will the 2014 unrestricted free agents end up? Will any of them make Buffalo their new home? [Bleacher Report]
How did Ted Nolan end up behind the Buffalo Sabres bench again? [National Sports]
What can you expect from Ted Nolan behind the bench of the Sabres? [Die By the Blade]
P.K Subban is one of the top defencemen in the NHL after winning the Norris last season, but team Canada may not have any room for him at the Olympics. [Yahoo Sports]
Hockey Canada is focusing on new safety measures for minor hockey and has hired a new safety committee. [CBC]
In an attempt to solve their goaltending woes to Edmonton Oiler signed Ilya Bryzgalov and have sent him to the minors for a condition stint. Last night he had his first AHL start and gave up 5 goals. Yup sounds like Bryzgalov is back. [CBS Eye on Hockey]
Taylor Hall is getting tired of explaining all of the Edmonton Oilers losses to the media and the losses are starting to get to the former first overall pick. Trouble is brewing in Edmonton, but maybe if some of these young players would actually work hard and listen to Dallas Eakins they wouldn’t be playing so poorly. [Pro Hockey Talk]