The Buffalo Sabres held a lead last night against the St. Louis Blues – and it only took them ten seconds to get it. The only problem with that was
they only held it for just under a minute, and then never came close again. Buffalo will have one day off before heading into Philadelphia. Here are your morning reading links.
What to do now with Mikhail Grigorenko? It appear the NHL is saying no to the AHL conditioning stint that could have sent him to Rochester for two weeks.
Is the youth movement completely on hold - or is Pat Lafontaine playing his cards close to the vest until he has a general manager under contract? [ESPN].
Buffalo has their eye on Boston when it comes to their next general manager candidate. Will Jim Benning come to Buffalo? [Bruins Blog].
The rebuild continues without the youth. I know – kind of confusing isn’t it? [Bleacher Report].
Buffalo Sabres finally using their developmental team as a developmental team – or can they? [USA Today].
Many are thinking the Stadium Series will devalue the outdoor game – they will be worth watching, and here is why. [Sporting News].
The NHL is finally embracing this year’s Olympic challenge? The league will air a seven hour feature during the Olympic break. [The New York Times].