Casual Friday, no less, from where I am sitting.
Skate ‘n Shoot Friday, to boot, which means I’ll be taking an 8 year-old and a 3 year-old out on the ice around 3 p.m. today.
What’s the only thing that could make today even better, valued Sabre Noise readers? A pay check? Christmas in November?
If you answered, “today’s links,” you are correct! Onward!
Bring out yer scores! [TSN] Bring out yer game recaps!
One of the great recurring pieces on the web is the Hey, Ref! section at TSN. This time, Kerry Fraser discusses the importance of calling a game consistently, from start to finish.
Last night during the game, I Tweeted this:
Ryan Miller: your starting Team USA goalie. 2014 Sochi, here he comes! Another game the Sabres were in because of Millsy.
— SabreNoise (@sabrenoise) November 22, 2013
Apparently, I am not the only one who feels this way. [Sports Illustrated]
Jaromir Jagr made a little bit of history last night in what was a very entertaining game. [Sporting News]
Reviewing whether a goal was truly scored or not is one thing, but the NHL currently has a flawed system. Time to get real about reviewing goals, guys. [Sporting News]
I always enjoy reading Rob Vollman’s stuff. Here, he ranks the NHL’s top ten most durable players. [Bleacher Report]
Finally, your dose of Buffalo Sabres news. Ted Nolan was not a happy man last night, and he made it clear to the public: Buffalo Sabres players are going to play his way, or not at all. [Die By The Blade] Got get ‘em, Ted!
Have a good Friday, y’all!