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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard: March 3, 2014


The Buffalo Sabres had one crazy weekend.  From the trade of Ryan Miller and Steve Ott to the news of Pat LaFontaine leaving the organization.  What will this week in store for the Sabres bring as they begin a three game road in Dallas tonight.

Tim Murray is loaded for war with a plethora of draft picks and he proved this weekend that the hockey department is well within his control.  How long before the Buffalo Sabres are good again?  That card is in Tim Murray’s hand.  [Sporting News].

Ted Nolan’s long term contract was set to be announced last week, however, with all that went down – the interim coach doesn’t know if he want’s to stay in Buffalo anymore.  [Buffalo News].

Drew Stafford had seen almost everything happen in Buffalo during his career.  This weekends activity was definitely a new surprise.  [ESPN].

Ted Black confirms the LaFontaine resignation, Pegula is disappointed, and Murray still wants to keep Ted Nolan around.  [WGR550].

Buffalo Sabres fans should be worried about the Terry Pegula management process.  [Buffalo Rising].

There is little that was clarified this weekend as the Buffalo Sabres created more questions than answers.  [Sports Media 101].

How much with the front office shakeup have on the effect to properly manage this team the rest of the season, especially at a critical trade deadline in the teams history. [Die By The Blade].

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