Found September 08, 2013 on
Fox - The Hockey Guy:
Since bursting on the scene with a 48-point rookie season, Buffalo Sabres defenseman Tyler Myers has staged one of the most dramatic statistical collapses in recent NHL memory.He slipped 37 points the following season, then 23 points in 55 games 2011-12 and just eight in 39 games last season. Try as he might, long-time Buffalo coach Lindy Ruff could not revive.Now Ron Rolston is giving it a try. The two developed a positive working relationship after Rolston replaced Ruff on the Sabres bench.“For me, I thought it went really well with Ron the way we communicated with each other,” Myers told WGR 550 radio. "He was really positive with me, and the bottom line is I've got to be a lot better than I was this year. I think Ron helped out with that since he came in, I thought I got better towards the end of the year.”Myers actually worked on his conditioning over the summer, hoping to reverse his epic slide. It will be interesting chart his progress – or lack thereof – as the Sabr...
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We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects.
Today, we take a look at the Buffalo Sabres.
By: Andy Hughes (@PensNation_Andy)
2013 Season: 21-21-6, 48 pts (5th NorthEast Division, 12th Eastern Conference)
Free Agents Signed:
D Drew Bagnall from Minnesota
RW Jamie Tardif from Boston...
Per the Sabres,
Chad Ruhwedel will not play in Traverse City today due to an upper body injury.
Freddy Roy will sit out and be replaced by Kevin Sundher.
Johan Larsson will wear the "C"
Connor Knapp will start in goal vs Carolina today.
Steve Ott of the Buffalo Sabres thinks so in a story from Dan Rosen of NHL.com on division and conference realignment.
But are they still considered a powerhouse or does their legacy allow the use of that word to continue?
I instead would use the words "legitimate Stanley Cup contender" or "consistently the best team over the last 20 years".
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I got into a bit of an interesting discussion a couple of days back concerning a few of the current defensemen on the Buffalo Sabres roster, and because it's a weekend in early-September, I thought it a decent time to address it (and, bring attention to a larger point that really applies league-wide for every team).
I think the initial...