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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard February 26th, 2014

Good morning.  The Buffalo Sabres picked up a win last night when the eyes of the hockey world were on them.  Tonight the rest of the league is back in action and Jhonas Enroth mans the crease.  24 games in 47 days to close out the season – how safe is the probable first overall pick for the Sabres?

Has Ted Nolan really done enough to have the interim tag lifted – or have the Buffalo Sabres traded one good ol’ boy network for another? [ESPN].

Will this trade deadline finally be the fire sale that everyone has been hoping for?  What will the team look like next week? [SB Nation].

The Sabres are looking for the “proper” trade for Ryan Miller when they should be looking for any trade at this point – or have we not gotten to the desperate 11th hour deal yet? [The Sporting News].

Post Olympic trade rumors wouldn’t be complete this year without mentioning the Buffalo Sabres are undecided about trading or signing their goaltender one week before the deadline? [Bleacher Report].

Ryan Miller shined last night despite having only played once in the last two weeks and probably suffering from a bit of post Sochi jet lag.  With as many scouts in attendance last night was a shout for help was it not? [Liberty Voice].

What lies next for the Buffalo Sabres?  The Boston Bruins are the next opponent at First Niagara Center – and the time on the clock for trade deadline day is counting down faster than a bad disaster movie.  Keep it tuned here for more opinions about the Buffalo Sabres.

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