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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard March 20, 2014

With just 13 games remaining for the Buffalo Sabres – there is time to snap the seven game losing streak – and with a thirteen point buffer on tonight’s opponents the Edmonton Oilers, the Sabres have all but guaranteed themselves last place in the National Hockey League for 2013-2014.

Another scary play in the National Hockey League as Toronto Maple Leafs Paul Ranger was taken off on a stretcher in last nights game.  [ABC News].  Ranger was reported stable after the incident.

Another former Buffalo Sabres player gets a goal against his former team, Paul Bryon joins the club of former players who have tallied a goal against the Sabres. [Calgary Sun].

Matt Hackett will start for the Buffalo Sabres against the Edmonton Oilers, becoming the forty-third player to appear in a game for the team this year, setting a franchise record for most players to dress in a season.  [WGR550].

A new goalie and juggled lines away the Edmonton Oilers as Ted Nolan hits the shuffle button on the Buffalo Sabres.  [Buffalo News].

The Buffalo Sabres organization is truly testing the depth of their goaltending position as Connor Knapp and Andrey Makarov await their opportunity with the Rochester Americans.  [Rochester Democrat and Chronicle].

East vs West tonight in a battle of the bottom as the Buffalo Sabres face off against the Edmonton Oilers.  Edmonton can only get a max of 24 more points, which won’t put them anywhere near the playoffs either – and the Sabres hold enough of a lead on them for last.  [Yahoo Sports].

What is taking so long on hammering out the three year extension for interim head coach Ted Nolan?  Reports state the team and coach are close to finalizing that three year deal.  [CBS Sports].

How will this upcoming draft affect the future of the NHL and draft prospects?  [Junior]

Tune in tonight as the Sabres take on the Edmonton Oilers

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