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Tuesday Daily Puck: Open Season

Andrew Fiorentino

Andrew Fiorentino

A degenerate fantasy-sports player since the age of 13.

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After the Tim Thomas debacle a couple years back, it's nice to see a smooth, news-free White House visit from the Blackhawks, who were honored by President Obama for their Stanley Cup win on Monday. Visit Walter Reed, pose with the president and move on. That's how you do it.

It's kind of beyond belief how bad the Sabres are right now. Two wins and an overtime loss in 16 games that's legendary awfulness. They've traded their best player (though it was a good deal), their goalie is sure to be next, and you can be sure that contenders will look to mine the Buffalo roster for useful players like Matt Moulson, Steve Ott, Drew Stafford and Henrik Tallinder. I imagine the Sabres would love to move Tyler Myers, too, as he isn't coming close to earning his $6 million salary and $5.5 million cap hit, but they may have a hard time finding a taker for the big defender, as he's under contract for another five seasons after this one.

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