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Buffalo Sabres Daily Dasherboard March 28, 2014

Thank goodness the Buffalo Sabres road trip is over.  Last night was probably the worst defeat the Buffalo Sabres have had in a long time, and definitely the worst they experienced on this road trip.  The bad news for the Sabres however, is that five of their remaining nine games are away from First Niagara Center.

The Buffalo Sabres have had to rely on the Rochester Americans, and it has left them thin in their push for the Calder Cup playoffs.  [Buffalo News].

How bad was last night.  Epic bad.  Like coach screaming at little kids for not trying bad.  Like Hawks vs District 5 bad.  [Buffalo News].\

If Ted Nolan has his way, Ville Leino doesn’t stand a chance at making this team next year, benching the highest paid forward with just fifty-eight seconds of ice time last night.  [Hockey-Buzz].

Sure guys have played two sports in their careers – Michael Jordan played baseball and basketball – but this is just wow.  [Fox Sports].

Four teams that nobody wants to play in the Stanley Cup playoffs.  [CBS Sports].

The NHL is possibly going to look at having an ER doctor join the teams in the wake of the Rich Peverly incident? [Yahoo Sports].

Ryan O’Reilly set to finish the season with a clean slate, no penalty minutes record.  The current record is 78 games.  O’Reilly has but nine to go to finish an 82 game season with 0 penalty minutes.  [9 News - Colorado].

Stanley Cup Oreos?  I mean seriously, my favorite cookie just got that much better.  I am glad they went with the Stanley Cup as opposed to profiles shots of players.  Lunchrooms around North America would be littered with the crumbs as kids played out the Stanley Cup with lineups built from Oreos.  I will definitely being buying a box (or ten) of these.  Unfortunately they don’t come in double stuff and will only be available in Canada.  Boo.  [Puck Drunk Love].

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