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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard March 21, 2014

The Buffalo Sabres tied the franchise mark of 43 skaters/goalies used in a single season, and despite how the remaining 12 games shake out – they could easily set a new franchise benchmark in that regard.

The Buffalo Sabres offense took charge last night and scored just enough to get them  over the 133 goals in 70 games mark set by the 1953-1954 Chicago Blackhawks.  Buffalo could still call short of the modern era record of 151 goals in the 1997-1998 season.

Here are you morning links on the Buffalo Sabres and the rest of the National Hockey League.

As a deal nears extending Ted Nolan as head coach of the Buffalo Sabres – are there still lingering questions about his NHL coaching ability? [Bleacher Report].

Despite snapping a losing streak against the Edmonton Oilers last night – injuries are a blessing in disguise for the Buffalo Sabres. [Rant Sports].

Don’t be alarmed, there is someone at ESPN paying attention to the NHL, and they look at what comes next for the Buffalo Sabres.  [ESPN].

Did you notice Ville Leino during last night’s game?   Good because he wasn’t even in the lineup.  Not that it would have made a difference if he was or wasn’t.  [WGR550].

The Buffalo Sabres should look to the ghosts of hockey’s past as motivation and learning as they move forward with their rebuild.  [Rant Sports].

The NHL is ready to expand into Seattle, but does Seattle want the National Hockey League?  Arena plans seems tilted towards the NBA.  [Field of Schemes].

Maybe you had them as utility players, or late season pickups, but Tyler Ennis and Drew Stafford are hot point scorers right now – leading the Buffalo Sabres.  [RotoWorld].

Buffalo now has two days off and don’t play again until Sunday when they take on the Vancouver Canucks, so they get to enjoy this win a little bit.

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