Found August 18, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
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Day #15 of Sabres in focus - Cody McCormick It's tough to tell how much playing time Cody McCormick will actually get. Two seasons ago he played in 81 games, but this season he played in just 50. He's not going to put up many points, but maybe with the additions of John Scott and Steve Ott, McCormick will have less fighting to do. That may lead to a slight increase in offensive production....
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