1. Is It Time for the Buffalo Sabres to Play Their Young Defensemen in 2014-15?

    It goes without saying that the Buffalo Sabres have had a busy offseason. General manager Tim Murray has spent his summer retooling the Sabres' lineup, adding some veterans to the mix along with a likely high draft pick...

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  2. Looking to Make the Leap: Sam Reinhart

    Prior to ever being drafted by the Buffalo Sabres , Sam Reinhart pointed to the number of young players getting an opportunity around the league as a positive sign for himself moving forward...

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  3. Chris Stewart on Sabres Season: “Tanking Is Not in My DNA”

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  4. Sabres' Larsson Says He's Proven What He Can in AHL

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  5. McDavid Buffalo 'Would Be an Awesome Spot to Play' as NHL Draft Pick: Sabres

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  6. Sabres Could Still Get Prized Prospect in 2015 After Draft Lottery Changes

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  7. Sabres Make Series of Front-Office Shifts

    The Buffalo Sabres have shifted Kevin Devine's role to player personnel director in the latest series of front-office shuffles this off-season...

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  8. Sabres Targeting Other Big Events for Buffalo After Landing Scouting Combine

    To Colin Campbell, who's spent his life in hockey as a player, coach and executive, this city has a special place in the game...

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  9. Sabres' Myers Thinks Nolan Is the Answer for Him

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  10. Photo: Jhonas Enroth's Slick New Mask

    Professional (and awesomely named) artist David Gunnarsson released photos of the slick new mask he designed for Buffalo Sabres puck-stopper Jhonas Enroth.....

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  11. Buffalo Sabres PSA: Don't Fall in Love with Prospects

    For starters, let's do a little exercise. Go to Hockey's Future and take a look at the Buffalo Sabres prospect lineup, including this year's draft picks...

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  12. Sabres Tease Big Announcement for Monday

    The Buffalo Sabres apparently have a “big announcement” set for Monday, according to Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News and PHT's Joe Yerdon...

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  13. Buffalo Sabres Projected 2014-15 Lineup, Fantasy Hockey Preview

    The Buffalo Sabres finished 2013-14 with the fewest points in a full 82-game NHL season since the New York Islanders had the same amount, 52, in 2000-01...

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  14. Buffalo Sabres Hope Top 10 Prospects Lead to Successful Rebuild

    Buffalo Sabres general manager Tim Murray was a busy man the first week of August, with top prospects taking part in national junior evaluation camps in Montreal and Lake Placid, N...

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  15. Chris Stewart Could Be a Main Contributor for the Rebuilding Sabres

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  16. Finding Offense, Naming a No. 1 Goalie Are Among the Sabres 5 Questions

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  17. Buffalo Sabres Want to Improve Now for 2014-15 NHL Season

    Buffalo Sabres general manager Tim Murray set the bar at his season-ending news conference in April while evaluating the NHL 's worst team.....

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  18. Sabres' Stewart to Enter Season with a Chip on His Shoulder

    One could argue that power forwards are streaky by nature, yet Buffalo Sabres forward Chris Stewart still ranks as a stark example of “feast or famine...

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  19. Myers Thinks Nolan Is the Answer for Him

    Tyler Myers season ended last year when he went crashing into the post cracking his ribs. Myers started to improve quite a bit after Ted Nolan took over as Ron Rolston's system just bogged down the defensemen...

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  20. The Sabres Open September 12 in Traverse City

    Buffalo, NY (WGR 550) -- The Sabres are back in the Traverse City Prospects tournament this season. The host Red Wings have announced the tourney will run September 12th through the 16th...

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  21. Sabres Prospects Lead Way in Win over Russia

    Nicholas Baptiste (2013, third round) scored a power play goal plus an assist and Sam Reinhart (2014 first round) collected a marker of his own as Canada doubled Russia 6-3 Thursday ...

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  22. Defenseman Anthony Florentino Finished the Week Strong for Team USA

    Defenseman Anthony Florentino (2013, fifth round) notched an assist Saturday as Team USA closed the 2014 National Junior Evaluation Camp with a 3-0 shutout of the Czech Republic...

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  23. Sabres' Trottier Brings Winning

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  24. Compher Enjoying Leadership Role at U.S. Junior Camp

    J.T. Compher almost certainly has skated his last shift during the U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp this week due to an injury to his left hand sustained Wednesday blocking a shot against Sweden...

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  25. REINHART TALLIES TWICE in CANADIAN VICTORY

    Sam Reinhart (2014, first round) scored a pair of even-strength goals Tuesday as Canada opened play at the 2014 National Junior Team Summer Development Camp with a 6-2 victory over the Czech Republic...

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