The Buffalo Sabres are officially on break, due to the 2014 Winter Olympics. But have no fear: we here at Sabre Noise plan on going into a deep hibernation in order to be well-rested when those NHLers get back to the States!
Wait – what’s that, Tim? We’re NOT getting the next two weeks off due to the Olympic break? I’ve still got to WRITE?!?
Look – while I sort this out with my boss, why don’t you enjoy these links, eh?
There’s still plenty of NHL hockey being played for the next few days, so stay current: here are the scores, recaps, and video highlights from last night’s action. [NHL.com]
Things are going to be a little frantic once the Olympics end and the NHL season resumes. Check out which teams have the most grueling schedules once season 2.0 rolls around. [Bleacher Report]
Read more about the mystery illness that has Pittsburgh Penguins blueliner Kris Letang sidelined, possibly until the end of the season. [TribLIVE]
This week’s edition of “C’Mon Ref!” has Kerry Fraser trying to make sense of a game in which the officiating appeared to be inconsistent, at best. [TSN]
And your Buffalo Sabres link of the day attempts to explain why Ryan Miller is not the fix to the Washington Capitals’ netminder woes. [The Washington Post] Gotta look past the numbers, pal!
But wait: there’s more! If not to Washington, where could Miller be headed? Here’s a slideshow that ranks possible destinations for the Olympian. [b/r]
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