Sabres

January 19th

Sabres show resilience but fall to Rangers, 4-3

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The Sabres rolled into Thursday’s matchup with the New York Rangers fresh off their bye week, hoping the rest could get them going during the second half of the season. However, it was hardly the dream s...

January 17th

B-Star mailbag: Trade deadline forecast, prospect busts, Eichel contract

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Time once again to check the mailbag! A dozen questions and answers on everything from prospects to beer: Any chance Evander re-signs before the deadline? — Jay Carr (@jaydcarr) January 16, 2018 Highly unl...

January 15th

It’s time for Guhle and Ullmark to make the jump

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With no disrespect intended towards the fans in Rochester, we’ve reached the point where the Sabres are better served by having Brendan Guhle and Linus Ullmark playing in Buffalo rather than the AHL. Sure,...

January 12th

Sabres hold off late Columbus surge for 3-1 win

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After an intense practice yesterday that featured an injury and an altercation, the Sabres came out ready to go versus the Columbus Blue Jackets. They didn’t dominate by any means, but they played some r...

January 11th

The OT: Skills competition additions, fresh trade chatter

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Another week, another round of Elliotte Friedman’s must-read 31 Thoughts. The Sabres make a couple of appearances while Freidman floats some interesting league news as well. Despite my best efforts, ther...

January 10th

World Juniors reviews of Mittelstadt, Nylander

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In a season of gloom and doom, some much needed optimism for Sabres fans arrived when the World Juniors came to town. There was plenty of hype around Casey Mittelstadt entering the tournament, and some cau...

January 9th

Sabres return home with a 7-4 loss to the Jets

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The Buffalo Sabres lost to the Winnipeg Jets by a score of 7-4 at KeyBank Center. This was the first home game for Buffalo since December 22nd, and the team’s play picked up where it left off. Robin Lehner...

January 4th

Sabres suffer 6-2 embarrassment in Minnesota

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Well, that was ugly. Nino Niederreiter had a hat trick, and linemates Mikko Koivu and Mikael Granlund each had three point nights, as the Wild scorched the Sabres by a 6-2 score. As has been the case prett...