The Buffalo Sabres dropped another one last night, and remain on just twenty wins for the season. I know it is all interconnected, but their goal differential continues to grow as they fail to find enough offense to even get on the board. The team will travel from Montreal to Nasvhille to face off against the Predators to try and get win number 21 on the season.
It’s not even just injuries, but the Buffalo Sabres are limping their way towards the finish line. [Rant Sports].
Is it possible for the Buffalo Sabres to play the role of spoiler at this point? Anyone with the Sabres remaining on the calendar have to be thinking easy two points as the season winds down. [Hockey Buzz].
With the season all but over and Buffalo Sabres fans looking to the draft – the next logical step is free agency. Can the Buffalo Sabres entice free agents now that they have hit rock bottom? [Bleacher Report].
Did you know that yesterday (1917), in a historic event, a hockey team in Seattle became the first US based club to win the Stanley Cup? Now that is the rule not the exception – but maybe getting back to Seattle is a good move for the NHL. [Seattle PI].
Goal scorer or not – a former ref rips into James Neal for his style of play and blames his teammates for not straightening him out. [CBS Sports].
It’s just not bad in Buffalo – the prospect pool in Rochester isn’t doing well either, as the Amerks have dropped seven in a row. [Rochester D&C].
Kansas City wants to be on the expansion team list, but for some reason is being left off? Who is the most viable candidate for the next NHL franchise? [The Pitch].
We are just over 44 days remaining until the 2014 World Hockey Championships in Minsk, Belarus, and hotels are still being built. [BTA].