Found April 25, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Ville Leino
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
Weeks ago, when oft-injured forward Ville Leino left the starting lineup, many speculated as to the extent of his injury. Leino and the team were quick to say that the injury was nit related to the winger's recurring hip ailment. Today after practice, Sabres interim coach, Ron Rolston, shed light on Leino's injury. According to, Rolston says that Leino has been suffering from a...

Ryan Miller is selling his condo, potentially signaling his exit from Buffalo

Here at PDL we rarely stray into the world of personal rumors and gossip. We thoroughly enjoy breaking down hockey trade rumors when they seem credible, but when it comes to crossing into the pop culture and TMZ side of the sport, we try to keep our distance.  However, this story about Buffalo goaltender Ryan Miller putting his condo up for sale was a bit too juicy to pass up...

Sabres forward Jochen Hecht retires

Buffalo Sabres forward Jochen Hecht announced his retirement Friday night after the Sabres' 2-1 shootout victory over the New York Islanders. The 35-year-old German is a 14-year veteran who spent the last 10 years of his career in Buffalo. He also played for the St. Louis Blues and the Edmonton Oilers. He signed a one-year contract before this season after being limited to 22...

Ryan Miller Lists Buffalo Townhouse For $659,900

On the day he is scheduled to play his 500th game as a member of the Buffalo Sabres, news has been circulating that Ryan Mil…

Kevin Freiheit: How will you remember Miller?

Ryan Miller is expected to start his 500th game tonight, and many have a feeling that it could be his last as a member of the Sabres. While the outcome is uncertain, many signs point that this may be if for Miller's career in Buffalo. “Everything’s been more than I ever could have imagined. I’m just continuing to enjoy the fact I get to play in the NHL.”...

Jochen Hecht Calls It Quits by   Steven Ellis

Buffalo Sabres forward Jochen Hecht has retired after playing most of his career with the club. The St. Louis Blues selected Hecht in the second round, 49th overall, of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft from Adler Mannheim of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL). Hecht played two full seasons for the Blues, compiling 32 goals and 46 assists before being dealt, along with Marty Reasoner and Jan...

GARTH: You Come Back Bigger And Stronger

Losing sucks. I hate it. You hate it. The players hate it. Steve Ott hates it with a passion. O'm thankful for the time I've gotten to spend talking about such things as bonding, success, strategy and leadership with Ott. On Friday night, I could see that he was down after the 2-1 shootout win. He still made time to reflect and to craft a positive from the negatives...

Buffalo snaps another Penguins' win streak with 4-2 win

Once again the Buffalo Sabres faced the hottest team in the league on the road, and once again they emerged with a win. The effort was certainly better for the Pittsburgh Penguins who lost on April 2nd to the Sabres, snapping a 15 game winning streak, but Buffalo grinded out a win despite already being eliminated from playoff contention.Ryan Miller stopped 40 of 42 shots, earning...

Game 46: Penguins-Sabres Recap

A win for the Buffalo Sabres tonight clinched the 11 spot in the eastern conference. Fortunately for the Pittsburgh Penguins, only eight teams make the playoffs from each conference. If you were to make a short list of the teams that have given the Pens problems this season, the Sabres might be at the top…
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