Found September 16, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Tyler Myers
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
Welcome to your worst nightmare. The morning after. I feel like crap. Midnight came and went with nary a peep from the owners and players. Ho hum. This is teh fourth NHL work stoppage in the past 20 seasons. The Silence is deafening. While you were sleeping, news broke in Russia that several KHL clubs are very interested in Ty signing Sabres D Tyler Myers, who earlier this week didn...

Sabres re-sign Ennis to 2-year deal

The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed forward Tyler Ennis to a two-year contract. A person familiar with the contract said the deal is worth $5.625 million. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Sabres did not disclose financial terms in announcing the signing Saturday. Ennis was a restricted free agent, whose rights had been retained by the team in June. He completed...

The Lockout is Here, How Does it Affect Buffalo?

The greatest fear of NHL fans has been realized as the lockout is now officially upon us.  For the second time in eight years, and the third time in Gary Bettman’s tenure the NHL owners have locked out the NHL Players Association after failing to come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement. For now this is a minor inconvenience, training camp is scheduled to start within...

GARTH: Ehrhoff Signs To Play In Germany

Sabres D, Christian Ehrhoff, is the first Sabres player to officially sign to play overseas during the lockout. Ehrhoff will play for his hometown Krefeld Penguins. I saw Ehrhoff after he skated with his Sabres mates in Amherst on Friday. He said that he would be entertaining offers from German elite league teams. The Canadian Press confirmed the Ehrhoff signing. ____________________...

Sabres sign Ennis to two-year deal

The Buffalo Sabres re-signed restricted free agent forward Tyler Ennis to a two-year contract, according to The deal is worth $5.625 million, the Buffalo News reported Saturday. "Tyler is a very important part of our offense and we are very happy to have him signed," Sabres general manager Darcy Regier said in a statement. "He has progressed as a player...

Buffalo Re-signs Tyler Ennis

(getty images) With the NHL set to lockout its players at midnight tonight, the Buffalo Sabres have finished some crunch time business. The team has announced that they have signed restriced free agent center Tyler Ennis to a new two-year contract. In 48 games last season, Ennis scored 34 points (15 + 19) for the Sabres. As last year closed, Ennis cemented himself as the team...

Ennis Re-Signs With Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. (September 15, 2012) --- Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier today announced the team has signed center Tyler Ennis to a two-year contract.   "Tyler is a very important part of our offense and we are very happy to have him signed," Regier said. "He has progressed as a player over the past few seasons and we are excited to see his growth...

Kevin Freiheit: Ennis finally signed

Well, it took a while, but as you probably know, the Buffalo Sabres announced that they have signed Tyler Ennis to a two year deal. He will be 23 by the time the season starts, or was supposed to start. To make it simple, he will turn 23 on October 6th. The 5' 9" forward put up 34 points (15 G, 19 A) in 48 games last season. "Tyler is a very important part of...

GARTH: Ennis Signed

The Sabres have signed RFA centre Tyler Ennis to a two year bridge deal. More to come on dollars
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