Today's news and notes from around the world of hockey . . . .
-- The Leafs break out of a slump against the Sabres, and Peter Holland seems like a perfect fit with the Toronto Maple Leafs given his outgoing personality.
-- Bobby Orr sits down with NBC Sports’ Bob Costas and reiterates his belief there needs to be a policeman (enforcer) to protect the skill players on the ice.
-- Eric Duhatschek sends out some hockey notes, including an interesting quote from Tyler Seguin about the differences between playing in Boston and playing in Dallas.
-- The Edmonton Oilers are looking for a full 60 minutes out of their young, unpredictable hockey team.
-- Don Cherry tells Nazem Kadri to “smarten up” during Coach’s Corner after being his biggest champion over the last few years.
-- The Flyers are trying to bring their road game to the Wells Fargo Center for a little home dominance.
-- For something completely different: A few ways that somebody can bring Howard Stern TV back after its On Demand run ended this month.