Found November 24, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
Finally! The Sabres have finally recalled Zack Kassian from Rochester. I was in the Flower City for Thanksgiving and got a text from a friend that Kassian had been recalled. He will play Friday night in Columbus. Kassian will take the roster spot of Brad Boyes, who suffered an ankle injury in Wednesday night's Shootout loss to Boston. Boyes' NHL "Iron Man" streak for consecutive games playe...

Sabres, Bruins Exchange Pleasantries. Buffalo Leads 2-0 After One

Buffalo, NY – The fans, and the media for that matter, are getting their money’s worth so far tonight. It started just 1:23 in when Paul Gaustad and the hated Milan Lucic dropped the gloves.  Although Lucic clearly got the better of the Sabre center, but it set the tone early that Buffalo wasn’t going to back down from the Bruins. The fisticuffs continued halfway through the...

Sabres Not Equipped for Retribution Against Milan Lucic, Bruins, and NHL Not Likely to Let Them Try Anyway

All eyes will be on Buffalo Wednesday night. The hockey world will be watching to see if the Sabres will finally show some kind of response as Milan Lucic and the Bruins visit the HSBC Arena for the first time since Lucic crushed Sabres netminder Ryan Miller at the Garden back on Nov. 12. I'm not expecting much. The Sabres didn't even have the guts to give Lucic a dirty look...

There May (or may not) Be Blood: Pregame Thoughts From The Center

Buffalo, NY – It was Saturday, November 12 when the hit heard round the NHL took place.  Bruins forward Milan Lucic barreled into Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller as he was charging to play the puck in the slot.  The response, or lack there of, is the real reason the hit has stood out more than it should have. The Sabres made no effort to go after Lucic after he took out their number...

"They won the fights and they won the game!" BRUINS WIN.

If this was a Buffalo blog we would complain about all the cheap shots. If this was a Buffalo blog we'd complain about everyone running Tim Thomas. If this was a Buffalo blog we'd be busy making excuses yet again because our team sucks more than a two dollar hooker on half off Tuesday and is softer than a 90 year old man's penis.Awesome pic courtesty of Eric (@BosBruinsFan...

Ty Anderson: Enroth gets Benoitstruck in shootout as Boston wins 10th straight

For the Buffalo Sabres, the best revenge (if you want to call it that) for the now infamous hit on Ryan Miller wouldn't be a fight with Boston's Milan Lucic, the main culprit in the incident that went unanswered by the Sabres, but rather a proverbial punch to the mean mugs of the B's on the scoreboard. And for a little over 20 minutes, it appeared that Buffalo was going...

Video: Milan Lucic Fights Paul Gaustad in First Two Minutes of Bruins-Sabres Game

Two weekends ago, Bruins forward Milan Lucic was on a breakaway when the puck got away from him and he collided with Sabres goalie Ryan Miller, who had left the crease. Miller ended up with a concussion and called Lucic a piece of s*** after the game. The NHL did not suspend nor fine Lucic, [...]

Lucic fights Gaustad

BUFFALO -- It took only 1:23 after the opening faceoff for the Sabres' much-anticipated fight with Bruin Milan Lucic to occur. The task fell to 6-foot-5 Sabres center Paul Gaustad, who lined up next to Lucic on the second shift of the game. The pair dropped the gloves at the ...

Milan Lucic and Paul Gaustad Duke it Out

Nothing like a revenge brawl to start the Thanksgiving week!

B’s rally to top Sabres

BUFFALO -- The Bruins rallied from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits against the fired-up Buffalo Sabres, tying tonight's game 3-3 via goals from Tyler Seguin, Brad Marchand and Zdeno Chara. They then won it, 4-3, when Benoit Pouliot, the 10th shooter of the shootout, was the lone scorer. With his game-winning ...

Washington Capitals (12-8-1) at Buffalo Sabres (12-9-1), 7 p.m. (ET)

As they continue to play without starting goaltender Ryan Miller, the Sabres are in danger of losing four in a row for the first time in over a year.

Shorthanded Sabres snap skid with rout of Caps

Luke Adam scored twice, Jhonas Enroth made 26 saves, and Zack Kassian scored his first NHL goal in the Buffalo Sabres' 5-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday night.

Depleted Sabres beat Caps to end skid (AP)

Luke Adam scored twice, Jhonas Enroth made 26 saves, and Zack Kassian scored his first NHL goal in the Buffalo Sabres' 5-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday night. Jason Pominville and Jochen Hecht also scored to help the injury-riddled Sabres (13-9-1) snap a three-game winless streak despite missing nine regulars.
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