Found February 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Lindy Ruff has been in his position longer than any other current NHL coach. He was hired back in 1997 and retained his post as Sabres coach while 170 other coaching changes have been made in the league. But Wednesday night in Buffalo, Ruff will have to find a new position to watch his club’s game against the Bruins. Ruff suffered three broken ribs when he was upended in an accidental collision with defenseman Jordan Leopold in practice Monday. The injuries will prevent Ruff from coaching on Wednesday, though he does hope to attend the game, watching either from the...
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