Monday’s Rochester Coverage

Rochester Amerks beaten in shootout (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Lake Erie Monsters top Rochester Americans in shootout (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Amerks gain valuable point in 2-1 shootout loss to Lake Eriet (Amerks.com)
Monsters Edge Rochester in Shootout 2-1 (LakeErieMonsters.com)
Photo gallery (LakeErieMonsters.com)

Sunday’s New York Coverage

Islanders-Sabres Preview (AP)
New York Islanders (33-37-11) at Buffalo Sabres (21-51-9) (The Sports Network)
Sabres, Islanders try to end on positive note (NHL.com)
Game Preview: Islanders at Sabres (NewYorkIslanders.com)

Sabres lose five players and game; Hackett carried off on stretcher

‘While Hackett’s injury was the most serious, it was far from the only one. Four other Sabres left the penultimate game – defenseman Christian Ehrhoff (concussion) and forwards Chris Stewart (ankle), Brian Flynn (lower body) and Matt D’Agostini (lower body). None will be available for today’s season finale against the New York Islanders in First Niagara Center.’

Scott’s history brings more misconducts

‘“Some guys are labeled for certain things, and they want to get that out of the game,” Buffalo coach Ted Nolan said in TD Garden. “I understand that, but sometimes he’s picked on unfairly.”’

Season filled with turmoil about to end for reeling Sabres

‘Eleven players are injured right now. Four goalies have gone down in the last 16 games.’

Sunday’s Boston Coverage

Bruins win Presidents’ Trophy with victory over Sabres (Boston Globe)
Patrice Bergeron nets his 30th goal (Boston Globe)
Photo gallery (Boston Globe)
Bruins an overall success (Boston Herald)
Unselfish Bergeron boasts big numbers in special season (Boston Herald)
Bruins’ Finnish built on Tuukka Rask and reward (Boston Herald)
Daniel Paille’s pain big problem (Boston Herald)
Bruins clinch first place in NHL (Quincy Patriot Ledger)
Defenseman Kevan Miller getting his game back in gear (Quincy Patriot Ledger)
Daniel Paille’s injury concerns squad (Worcester Telegram and Gazette)
Bergeron reaches milestone as B’s clinch home ice (Metro West Daily News)
Paille leaves dazed (Metro West Daily News)
Bruins to face Red Wings in first round (Metro West Daily News)
Bruins OK With ‘Nice’ Presidents’ Trophy Win, But Haves Eye On Much Bigger Prize (NESN)
Patrice Bergeron’s Issue Minor, Daniel Paille’s Status Unknown (NESN)
B’s beat Sabres 4-1; capture President’s trophy (CSN New England)
Bergeron, Paille both leave game with injuries (CSN New England)
Second-ever President’s; B’s turn focus to Cup (CSN New England)
Bergeron shows it’s possible to score big in B’s system (CSN New England)
Buffalo netminder Hackett leaves on stretcher (CSN New England)
Talking Points: Bruins 4, Sabres 1 (CSN New England)
Thoughts from Bruins-Sabres (CSN New England)
Bruins will face Red Wings in first round (CSN New England)
B’s Clinch Presidents’ Trophy with 4-1 Win Over Sabres (BostonBruins.com)
Paille Leaves Game Against Buffalo (BostonBruins.com)
Photo gallery (BostonBruins.com)
Photo gallery (Sabres.com)

Buffalo Sabres GM Tim Murray ‘open for business’ when it comes to dealing players

‘Sources say Murray has been shopping RW Chris Stewart, D Christian Erhoff, C Luke Adam and RW Drew Stafford. It doesn’t stop there, either. The Sabres will also listen to see what they can get for LW Marcus Foligno, LW Johan Larsson and D Chad Ruhwedel.’

Bruins clinch NHL’s top record, beat Sabres 4-1

‘Boston dominated the game between the teams at opposite ends of the standings.’

Sabres G Hackett taken off ice on stretcher

‘Hackett remained sprawled on the ice, face down, as medical personnel came to his aid. After more than five minutes, he was carefully placed on a wheeled stretcher.’

Boston 4, Buffalo 1

‘Cody Hodgson scored the lone goal for the Sabres, who will host the New York Islanders on Sunday to close the disastrous 2013-14 season. Buffalo, which has lost six in a row, will finish with the worst record in the NHL.’

Sabres G Hackett leaves on stretcher

‘”It doesn’t look good right now,” said Sabres coach Ted Nolan. “We’ll wrap him up as best we can, get him back home, have our doctors look at him.”‘

Bruins clinch Presidents’ Trophy

‘LW Ville Leino of Buffalo, who made $4 million this season and still has $11 million owed over the next three years, moved a step closer to a goal-less season as a healthy scratch. He will likely be a compliance buyout during the offseason.’

Sabres Decimated By Injuries in 4-1 Loss in Boston

‘In addition to Hackett, Chris Stewart, Brian Flynn, Matt D’Agostini and Christian Ehrhoff headed to the dressing room early.’

Sabres’ Ehrhoff has a rough afternoon

‘Christian Ehrhoff has been on the ice for all three Boston goals and is minus six in his last four games.’

Bruins win to clinch Presidents’ Trophy

‘The Sabres (21-51-9) lost their sixth in a row. Goaltender Matt Hackett sustained a leg injury in the third period and was taken from the ice on a stretcher.’