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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dashboard November 20th

Good Morning Buffalo Sabres fans, welcome to another Sabres game day. Tonight your Buffalo Sabres will be action against the

Philadelphia Flyers who haven’t exactly gotten off to hot start, but have picked up the pace. How will the Sabres square off against the Flyers?

Before you get wrapped up in tonight’s affair get caught up on all the latest news from the NHL world in today’s daily Dashboard. Buckle up Buffalo Sabres fans, here we go!

Who are the most overachieving NHL stars so far this season? [Bleacher Report]

Is the Sidney Crosby vs. Alex Ovechkin rivalry finally over? Apparently it no longer defines the hockey world. [Puck Daddy]

Semyon Varlamov isn’t out of the woods yet, his case has been given over to the Denver DA and they have until December 2nd to press charges. [Denver Post]

For everyone who is tired of the overused and valued shootout there is hope as the NHLPA and NHL are talking about 3-on-3 OT after the first frame of 4-on-4. [Toronto Star]

Evgeni Malkin hasn’t exactly been scoring in bunches lately and perhaps the most lethal goal-scorer in the league Alex Ovechkin has some advice for his countryman. [The Spec]

The Buffalo Sabres seem to be at a crossroads in their rebuild. After sending down many young players and attempting to send down Mikhail Grigorenko, could a trade for Grigorenko and another young defenceman named Tyler Myers be in order? [Too many men on the site]

With injuries and suspensions and some woes on defence and up the middle there are trade winds brewing in Toronto. [CBC]

With all the talking and complaining about fighting in the game of hockey a lot of attitudes towards said fighting are beginning to change. Is it time for the NHL to start changing their attitude and evolve the game? According to this article it is. [Edmonton Journal]

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