Jarret Stoll on the Kings’ Game 3 win over the Blues.
Beyond Blue and Gold – Episode #12 – Weber & Ott
Deals with the strong bond between Ott and Weber. Ott's family took Mike in when he was 15 a…
NHL.com has been celebrating the 20th anniversary of the wildly popular video game by ditching high definition for boxy pixels and it is awesome.
Yesterday I examined the Sabres defensemen and goaltenders, evaluating the odds of each being dealt before April 3rd. Today I’ll use my foolproof proprietary algorithms to reveal the exact odds of Darcy Regier shipping out any of Buffalo’s forwards. Unlike the Sabres defense, there aren’t many players that would be shipped out individually, more likely [...]
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Ryan Miller posted 38 saves to help the Buffalo Sabres take a 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday. Thomas Vanek scored both goals in the win for the Sabres, who have ripped off three straight wins for just the second time this season. Michael Ryder scored the lone goal while Carey Price made [...]
A bit of surprising news coming out of Montreal this afternoon after the morning skate as Sabres Alternate Captain Drew Stafford will find himself in the press box as a healthy scratch when Buffalo battles the Canadians tonight at the Bell Center. He joins John Scott and Andrej Sekera as the team’s scratches with Thomas [...]
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With the 2013 NHL trade deadline bearing down upon us like a runaway train, Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier has little over a week to make some job saving decisions. Despite a recent two game winning streak, this Buffalo team has floundered from the start and with the prospect of missing the playoffs for the [...]
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On Wednesday afternoon I opened my mailbox to find a familiar sight, one that I’ve come to expect every spring for the last six years. But never has it left me more incredulous. “An invoice for Sabres playoff tickets? What kind of sick joke is this?” My favorite part was this excerpt from the letter [...]
Funny how 12 months, an intense labor debate and relatively happy returns from fans can change how things work in the NHL. When realignment was brought up last season, the NHLPA shot down the proposal citing a number of issues surrounding travel and questions about the playoff format. After burning a major portion of the [...]
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