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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard March 27, 2014

With just ten games left on their schedule – when will the Buffalo Sabres pick up win number 21?  Will they ever get win 21?  They try tonight as the Buffalo Sabres take on the Nashville Predators.

If Jhonas Enroth and Michal Neuvirth come back from injury at different times, it is Matt Hackett the Buffalo Sabres should keep in blue and gold, sending Nathan Lieuwen back to the Rochester Americans.  [Rant Sports].

Ten games remaining and ten questions with ten painfully honest answers about the Buffalo Sabres.  [Die By The Blade].

Make sure you know how the new playoff system works.  Plenty of time for them to change it again before the Sabres get there.  [SB Nation].

Is Central Scouting confused as to who the best player in the upcoming draft?  If the top five players are all causing confusion - can the Buffalo Sabres go wrong picking anywhere in the top five? [NHL].

Congrats to Roy Sommer for becoming the longest tenured coach in the American Hockey League.  Sommer has 1257 games coached as the only coach the Worchester Sharks have known.  Sommer started with the team when was in Kentucky.  [Telegram and Gazette].

The Rochester Americans have gone from playoff contenders to bubble team hopefuls.  Can the team recover before the tailspin of the Buffalo Sabres clips the wings of the Amerks as well? [AHL Playoff Primer].

Jhonas Enroth could return this season, but the “could” means that there is a chance that he won’t likely see the ice again this year.  [RotoWire].

There is still plenty at stake for the Buffalo Sabres, as the on ice problems are exasperated by the fact that players jobs are still on the line.  [Buffalo News].

Happy reading and try to enjoy the last ten games of the season, because as they said at Die By The Blade – its the last chance you will see them until September anyway.

 

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