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  1. Thanks for reading! Please visit Below the Goal Line for more exclusive hockey content. NHL Game Updates: Buffalo Sabres @ Toronto Maple Leafs, The Sabres are victorious in this one 3-2. Toronto is comfortably in third place in the Atlantic Division, but hopes of moving up into second place are almost gone. Florida Panthers @ New York Islanders, The Panthers are now just one point behind the Devils for the final Wild Card spot thanks to a 3-0 win. The frustrated Islanders were officially eliminated from the playoffs. Ottawa Senators @ Carolina Hu
  2. THE DEBATE - Hockey Podcast - Episode 14 Debate 1 | Oilers Gameplan – How will Edmonton right the ship for next season? Debate 2 | Headshots – Is hockey trying to eliminate headshots? Debate 3 | Rangers Rebuild – Is it time for a rebuild in the Big Apple Brad Burud and Blake Frairs are back at debating current topics in the NHL. On this episode they discuss the Edmonton Oilers and what the future game plan is for this underachieving team. Headshots keep happening and is the NHL taking this seriously, and the New York Rangers are talking rebuild. What will that
  3. The Countdown is on... 3-27-2012 The Minnesota wild were officially eliminated from the playoffs on Sunday by way of a 3-0 shutout at the hands of the Washington Capitals (I stress the word officially). The Wild have now officially become the first team to have lead the NHL on December 1st that missed the playoffs. And the cherry on top: Matt Cullen broke his finger blocking a shot Saturday in Buffalo, and is more than likely done for the year. This isn’t unexpected; the Wild have won 12 games since the second week of December. That’s obviously not going to get it done. With that said, most Wi
  4. Taken from TSN.ca for us to discuss on here. Text Size Sean Avery's hockey career appears to be at an end. Or is it? A week after being told he was no longer in the New York Rangers' plans, Avery told Bravo TV that he is calling it quits while appearing as a guest on "Watch What Happens Live" with socialite Nicole Richie. "I am officially retired," he said. "I threw my skates in the Hudson [River]." While it wasn't immediately clear whether he was kidding, Larry Brooks of the New York Post later tweeted that Avery was in fact serious. "No, that wasn't a joke," Avery told Brooks. "Yes I'm reti
  5. Buffalo is back at home tonight at the First Niagara Center for the first time since January 13th a 3-2 win against the Leafs. The opponent tonight are the 1st place New York Rangers. They are coming off a 4-3 shootout loss to NJ last night. The last time the Sabres lost in regulation at home was to these very New York Rangers on December 10th. Since then they have put a pretty good home streak together. Marty Biron played last night in NJ, therefore Henrik Lundqvist will be between the pipes tonight for the Rangers. Lundqvist is not the guy Buffalo or any team wants to be looking at def
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