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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dashboard December 7th 2013

It’s finally the weekend and what better way to celebrate than watching the Buffalo Sabres play hockey against one of the NHL’s hottest teams? Sorry no football tomorrow, so the Buffalo Sabres are your only option, but you never know they could upset the Montreal Canadiens tomorrow no?

Before you get caught up in game night action make sure you take the time to get caught up in the hockey world.

Here’s an interesting article for the Buffalo Sabres and Ryan Miller as the Sabres look to deal the netminder. How does the Henrik Lundqvist 7 year deal affect the market for NHL goalies? [Yahoo Sports]

The debate wages on about whether P.K Subban should be one of the defencemen for team Canada at the 2014 Olympics. How can you leave out the reigning Norris Trophy winner? [Bleacher Report]

Make sure you show some love for the ladies who play puck as well. Taking a look at the Vancouver Angels who are the only girls hockey association in Vancouver. It’s not always easy but they’re enjoying playing the great game. [Straight]

Good news for all hockey fans north of the boarder who prefer the analysis of the boys at TSN. Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger and James Duthie aren’t going anywhere as they’ve inked new contracts. Now if only they can decide upon Don Cherry [Toronto Sports Media]

Taking a look at the Buffalo Sabres next step and why the upcoming 2014 draft is key to the new direction the Buffalo Sabres are going. [Bleacher Report]

With players like John Scott there is a lot of debate about fighting in hockey and the role it plays in today’s game. But who better to give their opinion than a fighter himself. Hear George Parrosside of the story. [ESPN]

Which NHL players do you hate the most? See if they cracked the list of the most hated players in the league. [Pegasus]

Make sure to tune back to Sabre Noise for all your game day needs as the day goes on and don’t forget to vote in the daily poll.


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