Dominik Hasek day is here for the Buffalo Sabres. Today the organization formally inducts the Czech goaltender into the Buffalo Sabres Hall of Fame. Hasek will be the 42 member voted into the Hall of Fame.
Finally retiring, but the urge to play still in his heart, Dominik Hasek still enjoys the game; but no longer with the professional anxiety. [SI.com].
If it wasn’t clear that Dominik Hasek is one of the greatest goaltender to ever put on pads – his official retirement and induction into the Buffalo Sabres Hall of Fame makes his career even clearer. [TSN].
Seventeen years ago, Dominik Hasek and Ted Nolan sparked a controversy and had a major falling out. A handshake and a conversation puts the past behind them, at least in front of the cameras. [National Post].
Zemgus Girgensons returns to the Buffalo Sabres lineup on Saturday after missing eleven games. [WIVB].
Ville Leino finds himself on the bench again – this time with a potential head injury – if the reports of light headedness are true. [RotoWire].
The NHL rivalry’s could be stoked under the new playoff format. [SFGate].
The top 2014 draft prospects begin by giving the NHL teams some self evaluation. [NHL.com].
Nine straight games now the Rochester Americans have lost, and their ability to hold on to a playoff spot is dwindling. [Rochester D&C].
Rich Peverly hasn’t ruled out returning to the National Hockey League. [Dallas Morning News].
The Buffalo Sabres are at risk of being the lowest scoring hockey team since 1936. They need at least 13 goals in 9 games to avoid that honor. [Bleacher Report].
Under pressure - ten guys that are going to feel the most heat in the pressure cooker that is the Stanley Cup playoffs. It is put up or shut up time for these guys. [Bleacher Report].
Enjoy the Dominik Hasek reunion. If your headed to the game tonight, the team asks you be in your seat at 6:50 PM to watch the induction of Hasek into the Buffalo Sabres Hall of Fame.