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BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Brian Campbell has plenty of fond memories from his playing days in Buffalo. He added another memorable moment Sunday, this time as a visitor. Playing against his former team, Campbell led the Florida Panthers to a 4-3, comeback victory over the Sabres at the First Niagara Center. Campbell scored the game-winning goal with 10:33 left in the third period as the Panthers stormed back from a 3-1 deficit. It was a welcome change of pace for Campbell, who admitted that he's struggled some in games in Buffalo since leaving the team in 2008. "I don't play very good here a lot of times, I find," Campbell said. "It's just weird ... but definitely, it's always fun. I love coming back here, and I still have friends here, and to score a game-winner is great in this building. A lot of good times here, a lot of good memories." On the winning goal, Campbell found himself with plenty of net to shoot at after Tomas Kopecky tried to deke ...
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Defenseman Brian Campbell scored on the power play with 10:33 remaining to cap Florida's three-goal rally and the Panthers beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 on Sunday.
Peter Mueller, George Parros and Shawn Matthias also scored for the Panthers, who won their first road game of the season and snapped a seven-game road winless drought (0-5-2) dating to last season. Florida rallied...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Defenseman Brian Campbell scored on the power play with 10:33 remaining to cap Florida's three-goal rally and the Panthers beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 on Sunday.
Peter Mueller, George Parros and Shawn Matthias also scored for the Panthers, who won their first road game of the season and snapped a seven-game road winless drought (0-5-2) dating to last season...
Here is today's mailbag. There were plenty of negative and frustrated fans asking questions about the coaching, so most of this turned into a Lindy Ruff debate. Name: Flustered Sometimes I feel like a one man island but I dislike Sekera extremely. Almost every time he touches the puck it seems he loses it. I understand offensively he is a worthy commodity but isn't it...
The Panthers have a new player on the roster. A player that had serious concussion and injury issues with his former team, the Colorado Avalanche. The issues were serious enough to where the Avs did not give him a qualifying offer at the end of last season, making him a free agent.
Peter Mueller was looking for a new home. A new life. A new opportunity to prove that not only...
By Mark Ludwiczak BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The Florida Panthers overcame a 3-1 deficit to defeat the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 on Sunday at the First Niagara Center. Brian Campbell scored the winning goal with 10:33 remaining in the final period. The former Sabre found himself with plenty of net to shoot at after Tomas Kopecky tried to deke in front of the Buffalo net. The puck found its way...
Adam Pardy has been called up from Rochester and will make his Sabres debut tomorrow night against Ottawa.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (February 4, 2013) --- Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier today announced that defenseman Adam Pardy has been recalled from the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.
Pardy (3/29/84, 6'4", 226 lbs) will join the Sabres for the...
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Andrej Sekera has been ruled out against the Florida Panthers on Sunday because of a lower body injury.
Coach Lindy Ruff said before the game that Sekera will miss at least a few days and potentially longer.
Sekera was hurt Saturday, when he was struck in the leg by Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin's shot in the first period of a 6-1 loss at Montreal...
The Buffalo Sabres let another game slip through their grasp yesterday, a 4-3 defeat at the hands of the previously winless on the road Florida Panthers. There is plenty of blame to go around for the atrocious start to the season, but one person who should be absolved of all responsibility is Thomas Vanek. In the loss to Florida Vanek tacked on 3 more points, adding to his league...
Thanks to Kevin Rogers and Florida Panthers play-by-play announcer (and Buffalo Sabres alumnus) Randy Moller for having me on the Panthers Insider Show on Miami's WQAM 560 earlier this morning to preview Sunday's Sabres-Panthers matchup. Continue reading "Talking Sabres With Panthers Insider"
Old fan favorite Marco Sturm has signed with the Kolner Haie (Cologne Sharks) in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey Leage), according to the team website.
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Marco Sturm goes to Cologne
The Cologne Sharks have taken before final transfer to the German NHL players Marco Sturm signed. The 34-year-old striker, who has...
âWe got all the way to 3-1, and played stupidâ.
Thomas Vanek nailed it. Again. It seems like these days that Vanek is the only Sabres who exhibits any form of consistency on a game to game basis. With Vanek, weâve grown accustomed to knowing what weâre going to get from him. The same canât be said about many of the other guys on the Buffalo roster.
Adam Pardy knows the ropes. You pass the same people on the way down as you meet on the way up.
When Sabres training camp broke, the team waived Pardy to AHL Rochester. He cleared waivers and immediately dug into his tool box in search of the solution to get himself noticed by Darcy Regier. He pulled on his boots and started moving masses of humanity with his broad shoulders. By doing so, he...
Nothing makes me happier, than watching Hab's tough guy Brandon Prust work the Sabres tough guy wanna be Steve Ott like a clown. I guess if Steve Ott wants to continue getting pounded on a regular basis, more power to him. Last season, Prust had 20 fighting majors playing for the New York Rangers. This season, Prust already has eclipsed the four fight mark in a little over two weeks.
The great thing about this compressed, 48 game NHL season is that teams and players cannot dwell too long on mistakes, missed opportunities, and muggings, like the one that the Sabres fell victim to in Montreal less than 24 hours ago.
The Sabres got exactly what they deserved against the Canadiens, Afterwards, Lindy Ruff said that teams get paid for the way that they play. Getting...