Found October 05, 2013 on Barry Melrose Rocks:
Welcome to the weekend edition of Puck Dumps. It's like the week day edition, but you won't read it until Monday! The Top Line It's a three way tie! Multiple stories had multiple outlets giving them "top story" status. The Senators topped the Sabres in a thrilling 1-0 battle. ESPN, Yahoo! The Local Take  In a battle between two of the top draft choices from this summer, Nathan McKinnon's Avs defeated Seth Jones' Predators, Sports Illustrated, NHL.Com, The Local Take Lastly, Canada seems awfully proud of the Jets knocking off the Kings. Oddly enough, the Winnipeg Free Press made me work to find the story TSN, CBC, The Local Take   Scoreboard Ottawa 1, Buffalo 0 - One goal so far for the Sabres. Have we considered that they might not be very good? Oh, we have? Detroit 3, Carolina 2 (OT) - Stephen Weiss, the Red Wings acquisition that nobody remembered, scored the game winner. At this pace, the Red Wing will go undef...
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