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Apr 09: Eastern Conference Playoff Race Part 2 by Dobber Hockey
Cody Hodgson has a point against every team Buffalo plays until the end of the season.
Apr 03: Jason Pominville Dealt to Wild for Johan Larsson and Matt Hackett by Dobber Hockey
So Gerbe is the best candidate to play with Cody Hodgson and Thomas Vanek.
Hodgson was dropped to the fourth line for Sunday's loss to the Bruins, The Buffalo News reports.
Mar 18: March 18, 2013 by Dobber Daily Ramblings
Cody Hodgson had a pair of goals for the Sabres - he lost 16 of 21 faceoffs, but obviously scoring a pair of goals...
Hodgson reached double-digit goals Tuesday, scoring twice -- shorthanded the second time -- in a loss to Carolina.
Hodgson scored his eighth goal and assisted on Tyler Myers' tally in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Lightning.
Hodgson found the back of the net in the first period of Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Penguins. He has scored in consecutive games following a five-game drought.
Hodgson had two helpers in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Islanders. He also blocked three shots and won 50 percent of his face-offs.
Hodgson lit the lamp for his fifth goal of the season and added two assists against the Panthers on Sunday.
Hodgson broke a three-game scoreless streak Thursday with the game-winning goal and two assists against the Bruins.
Hodgson scored a goal in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Hurricanes. He has now tallied in three straight games to open the season.
Hodgson had a goal and fired seven shots in Sunday's season-opening victory over the Flyers.
Hodgson will open the season centering what's expected to be the top line flanked by Thomas Vanek and Jason Pominville, The Buffalo News reports.
In six games since returning from a broken hand, Hodgson has put up four goals and four assists, The Buffalo News reports.
Hodgson suffered a broken bone in his right hand and will miss a "couple of weeks, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports.
Hodgson missed Rochester's game Saturday and was seen after the game with a splint on his right hand, according to Kevin Oklobzija of the Democrat and Chronicle.
Hodgson scored the game-winning goal Tuesday as Rochester of the AHL topped Hamilton by a 3-1 margin. That gives him nine points on the season, including an AHL-leading eight assists.
Hodgson recorded his third, two-point game in four outings when he scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's win over Minnesota.
Hodgson netted two of Buffalo's three goals in Wednesday's win over Montreal, giving him four points in the last two games.
Hodgson picked up two assists in Monday's win, ending a 10 game pointless drought since being acquired at the trade deadline.
Hodgson skated on a line with Jason Pominville and Ville Leino at practice Friday, reports Sabres.com.
Hodgson skated 17:36 and was minus-1 in Wednesday's 3-2 win over Carolina, and has yet to record a point since being acquired at the trade deadline.
Hodgson was traded along with Alexander Sulzer to the Sabres for Zack Kassian and Marc-Andre Gragnani at Monday's trade deadline, the Sabres' official Twitter reports.
Hodgson will center the fourth line Wednesday against the Avalanche, the Vancouver Sun reports.
Hodgson lit the lamp Saturday for his 15th goal of the season. He skated 10:21 in 16 shifts as the Flames edged the Canucks in a shootout.
Hodgson was named the NHL Rookie of the Month for January, the Canucks' official site reports.
Hodgson netted his 14th goal of the season in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win against the Blackhawks.
Hodgson netted the first two-goal game of his career in Saturday's win over the Sharks. The second was the game winner.
Hodgson netted a power-play goal and dished out an assist in Saturday's win over the Bruins.
Canucks coach Alain Vigneault said Hodgson's ice time will remain around the rookie's current average of 12:23 minutes per game, the Vancouver Province reports.
Hodgson (head) played against the Blue Jackets on Tuesday, but skated just 7:51 in the shootout loss.
Hodgson (head) practiced Monday and could play Tuesday against Columbus, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.
Hodgson, who suffered a head injury in the first period of Saturday's game, wanted to return to action but coach Alain Vigneault said the medical staff played it safe and kept him out instead, reports the Vancouver Canucks.
Hodgson scored his second goal in four games with a tally Thursday in the shootout win over Montreal, giving him three points in the last two games.
Hodgson scored his fourth goal of the season and added a helper Sunday against the Islanders.