1. 2011 NHL Entry Draft: Buffalo Sabres Offseason Needs

    This entry was taken from TJ's blog: Hockey Heaven, NY. Head over to read more about the Sabres and the NHL! It’s been a while, angels, but as I sat at home last night, ...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 3 years ago 1,923 reads 3 comments

  2. Peter Forsberg: The Brett Favre of Hockey?

    Peter Forsberg’s latest attempt at a comeback is really an unknown anomaly. Who knows if he’d stuck around longer if he would have gotten enough momentum to be a better player? Perhaps we weren’t meant to know...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 3 years ago 67 reads 1 comments

  3. Buffalo Sabres Need To Continue Hot Streak After All-Star Break

    The Buffalo Sabres have made some major headway in their quest for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 3 years ago 670 reads 4 comments

  4. AFC East: Why Bills Fans Shouldn't Point Fingers at Chan Gailey

    You may find it hard to believe, but through the first seven games I really can’t find anything wrong with the way Chan Gailey is coaching. He puts together some solid offensive gameplans...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about almost 4 years ago 297 reads 7 comments

  5. Gamenight: Buffalo Sabres Open Season with a Challenge

    he Buffalo Sabres will begin the 82-game-long season tonight with an opponent who seemed to have their number for the past five years. The Sabres hope to change their fortunes against the Ottawa Senators in game one...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about almost 4 years ago 197 reads 1 comments

  6. NHL: Buffalo Sabres 2010-11 Regular Season Preview

    Last year's division champions are looking for a repeat performance this season. The roster is somewhat retooled, and by bringing back the key pieces, they seem ready for the challenge...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about almost 4 years ago 345 reads 2 comments

  7. Will the Buffalo Sabres Win the Northeast Division Again?

    This is Part Three of an eight-part series of questions about the Sabres that many people have been wondering about over the offseason...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about almost 4 years ago 1,358 reads 6 comments

  8. Buffalo Bills Keep Up, Win Preseason Matchup Against Indianapolis Colts

    Many won't want to admit it, but tonight, Trent Edwards looked like a quarterback. Edwards looked more confident than ever in all of his first quarter snaps, as Buffalo's starting ...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 632 reads 4 comments

  9. Buffalo Bills Keep Up, Win Preseason Matchup Against Colts

    Many won't want to admit it, but tonight, Trent Edwards looked like a quarterback. Edwards looked more confident than ever in all of his first quarter snaps, as Buffalo's starting ...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 164 reads 1 comments

  10. Will The Buffalo Sabres' Defense Be Better?

    This is Part Two of an eight-part series of questions about the Sabres that many people have been wondering about over the offseason Defense hasn't really been a strong suit of the Sabres for the few years after the lockout...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 735 reads 6 comments

  11. Do The Buffalo Sabres Have Enough Size?

    This is Part 1 of an eight-part series of questions about the Sabres that many people have been wondering about over the offseason. Without a doubt, the Sabres have some very small players on their team...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 1,181 reads 20 comments

  12. Buffalo Sabres Re-Sign Forward Mark Mancari

    The Buffalo Sabres announced today that they have re-signed forward Mark Mancari to a one-year, two-way deal. The deal is worth up to $575K according to CapGeek.com...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 362 reads 8 comments

  13. 10 NHL Players That Should Rebound in 2010-11

    Some players did not perform well last season even though they were expected to do so. Whether it be because of injury or a really bad slump, some good players are just going to have bad years...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 2,930 reads 4 comments

  14. Buffalo Sabres Hope Veterans Will Help in Upcoming Season

    The offseason for the Buffalo Sabres has been status quo, as the team has not made any major moves or signings for the upcoming season. The status quo for the Sabres includes signing replacements as players leave, or just promoting through the system...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 509 reads 0 comments

  15. Aaron Schobel: One Of Few Bright Spots On the Buffalo Bills This Decade

    Will he or won't he? That's been the question for a certain player for a majority of the offseason up until this past week. No, I'm not talking about Brett Favre...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 452 reads 0 comments

  16. Tim Kennedy: The Buffalo Sabres Think Less Is More

    In a surprising move by the Sabres organization two days ago, the team has decided that they can do without center Tim Kennedy going forward...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 4 years ago 963 reads 0 comments

  17. The 10 Best Buffalo Sabres of This Decade

    Sabretooth didn't make the list, but as the mascot of the Buffalo Sabres, he's seen many decent Buffalo players come and go. Keep in mind this is a highly opinionated piece on who I believe are the ten best Sabres of decade...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 4 years ago 173 reads 26 comments

  18. NHL Draft: Sabres Select Kassian

    With the No. 13 overall pick in the 2009 NHL Draft, the Buffalo Sabres have selected Zack Kassian. Kassian played for Peterborough in the OHL. He finished last season with 24 goals and 63 points...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about 5 years ago 237 reads 2 comments

  19. Buffalo Sabres Need Big Moves for Bigger Push

    There's no confirmation on whether or not Tom Golisano is chewing a microphone right about now, but the man sure has some answering to do with that statement right before the 2008-2009 season last year...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 349 reads 9 comments

  20. NHL Playoffs in High Gear: Conference Finals Underway

    With Game One in the Western Conference Finals out of the way, the Chicago Blackhawks find themselves in a rough spot, down 1-0 to the favored, experienced Detroit Red Wings...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 73 reads 2 comments

  21. Buffalo Sabres Mid-Season Awards

    The Buffalo Sabres' 2008-09 season has been filled with an equal amount of highs and lows, whether it be the streaky play of their goaltender, or their sputtering, talented offense, there's awards all around, including some wacky ones...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 128 reads 1 comments

  22. Matt Ellis a Mainstay for Buffalo Sabres?

    Forward Matt Ellis has quickly become a favorite among some Buffalo Sabres fans. Since the winger has been called up, Ellis has five points in nine games with Buffalo, with four of those points ...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 227 reads 6 comments

  23. Lindy Ruff, Buffalo Sabres Finally Realize Effort Is a Must

    It's been a long, winding road for the Buffalo Sabres in the first half of the season. They've proved that they are more than likely the same team as last year, which could be taken as a good or bad thing...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  24. Sabres-Flyers: So Much for the Surprise

    It's been a tale of two teams in Buffalo. No, I am not talking about the Bills and Sabres. I am talking about just the Sabres—the good Sabres, and the bad Sabres. The good Sabres were a very good team...

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about over 5 years ago 129 reads 0 comments

  25. Despite a Full Lineup, Buffalo Sabres Unable To Pull Out a Win

    With Jochen Hecht back in the line-up last night, the Sabres are playing with a complete team for the first time this season. The Sabres were forced to put Matt Ellis on waivers, exactly where they found him at the beginning of this season with the Kings.

    TJ Luckman Written by TJ Luckman about almost 6 years ago 254 reads 2 comments