Found April 06, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Ville Leino
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
Well, more bad news for the Sabres today. Forward Ville Leino's season could be over: #Sabres Ville Leino is out indefinitely, season could be over. #Buffalo— Bill Hoppe (@BillHoppeNHL) April 6, 2013 Leino played in just eight games so far this season, totaling two goals and four assists. The Sabres aren't throwing in the towel. There's no white flag. For those of you who are rooting for...
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