Tag Archives: Buffalo Sabres

#EmbraceTheSabres

#EmbraceTheSabres is in full swing. Winners of eight of their past eleven the Sabres host Florida tonight. Last time these two teams met was about a week ago in Sunrise where the Panthers mauled Buffalo much like the real animals … Continue reading

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Buffalo’s Future Is In Their Character.

With a bit more than a quarter of the season behind us the Sabres have stepped out from the shadow of last season.  They have competed for wins in seven of the previous ten games heading into tonight’s match-up versus … Continue reading

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Tripping to Victory – Sheathed Sabres

Back on Wednesday Buffalo played their final pre-season home game against the Capitals of Washington D.C. Entering the game were numerous players projected to start the season in Buffalo including Moulson, Ennis, Stafford, and Stewart. They were followed by probably … Continue reading

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Unsheathed Sabres

Last Friday night the Sabres matched up with their cross-border rivals infamous for their blue Maple leaf logo. These teams, regardless of their records,seem to bring forth such disdain for the other. From the moment the Maple Leafs walked into … Continue reading

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Sabres’ Golden Future

The Sabres won their first game already and are .500. Too bad its the pre-season where those kind of stats are irrelevant to the playoffs. Fortunately it’s the preseason and those things matter for fans and management alike. So the … Continue reading

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Ryan’s Hope

An Open Letter To Tim Murray (Don’t Trade Ryan Miller) Dear Mr. Murray, The Buffalo Sabres are a very good team despite this season and their state of rebuilding for the last few years. Some changes have been made in … Continue reading

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A New writer – A New View.

Well, well my first article.  I suppose it’s meet and greet time with a bit of History, my favorite subject. My name is Paul. I am an avid Penguins fan with the dream of owning them (or part) one day. I … Continue reading

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Vanek & Moulson: Breaking Down The Blockbuster Trade

For a team that has long been mocked for never swinging for the fences, you’d think the Islanders watched one of the premiere left wings in hockey go to their cross L.I.E. rivals. No, the Islanders, THE ISLANDERS, for once … Continue reading

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The Betraying, Bewildering Canucks Season

To quote Nathan Lane in “Birdcage,” I was nothing short of betrayed and bewildered by the Canucks this past season. It all ended with a thud when they were unceremoniously bounced out of the Playoffs in a first round sweep … Continue reading

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Ruff Decision, Bittersweet Aftertaste

Every so often, something happens that completely shocks your world, even though you might have seen it coming for weeks, months, even years on end. As I drove home from campus yesterday listening to the Sabres’ flagship radio station WGR, … Continue reading

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