HAPPY MONDAY! Some of you may actually agree with me this morning, as you may have slept in or are leisurely drinking your morning coffee at home due to the fact it is Martin Luther King Day, and you have the day off. Which makes this morning’s edition of the NHL Daily Dasherboard even greater!
Us fans aren’t the only ones with the day off; the Buffalo Sabres were not lucky enough to have a game scheduled on this glorious Monday, but I am assuming they will have practice – they need it nevertheless. The Sabres next two games will be at home, starting tomorrow against the Florida Panthers, and Thursday against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Christian Ehrhoff has four assists in the last four games played, which includes an assist on Tyler Myers’ game-tying goal against the Blue Jackets to force overtime. His performance as of late has some wondering if he has turned a corner this season. [The Buffalo News]
A humble Ryan Miller got a chance to explain his magnificent glove save from Saturday Night. This quick read won’t take long, and it’s always interesting to see how the players see a situation, especially a save such as this one. [Olean Times Herald]
Did you miss the mayhem from the game between Vancouver and Calgary on Saturday night? FanSided has you covered, video and all. You have to see this line brawl from the last match-up on Hockey Day In Canada. [Too Many Men On The Site]
Saturday night had more than just one controversial situation, Dallas Stars Jamie Benn could be the next victim of the NHL Player Safety. Reports out of Dallas suggest that will not be the case though, take a moment and check out the hit and you can be the judge. [Puck Daddy]
If you didn’t happen to see the outrage that flowed through Twitter yesterday regarding the words that were spoken about the sport of hockey, then you need to read this article and catch up! [CBC Sports]
Looking for a more interesting in-depth read on this lovely Monday? Head to NHL.com for their “Sunday Long Read”, which features California and the rise of hockey on the West coast. [NHL.com]