Found January 07, 2013 on
It's Monday morning and more good news regarding the Sabres and hockey. As you may know by now, Mikhail Grigorenko has been invited to training camp.
Here's what he has done the past two seasons in the QMJHL:
The NHL schedules will be released on Wednesday, and the Sabres announced that they will release information regarding season tickets and mini packs.
All I know is that the NHL is...
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Admitting that "an apology doesn’t really help right now," the Buffalo Sabres goaltender nevertheless offered one to fans for the lengthy lockout.
First, came the apology. And then, Buffalo Sabres president Ted Black delivered a vow to the team's hockey-starved fans on Tuesday.
With the four-month NHL lockout nearly over, Black said it's time for the team to get to work on delivering Buffalo a winner.
''On behalf of the Pegulas and the Sabres, we do apologize that fans have to go through this,'' Black...
On the first day of hockey after the end of the NHL lockout, Steve Ott skated hard. Following @OtterN9NE lead, the ten other skaters moved at a higher pace. When Ott dug his edges in, flipped his hips and turned and burned to recover a loose puck, the defenseman closed on the biscuit with a higher sense of urgency. This is who Steve Ott is. This is how he rolls. He leads by example...
The trickle in theory is in full effect today, as Sabres team leaders Jason Pominville and Robyn Regehr joined the fray at the Northtown Center in Amherst for some pre-training camp fun and frivolity, according to my man, Kevin Snow of the Sabres.
Pominville had been playing for Adler Mannheim in the German Elite League. The Sabres captain had himself a productive mini-run in...
Syracuse's future point guard has been working hard on his game at St. Benedict's. He spoke to CuseNation.com about how the season is going, his thoughts on the 2012-13 Orange, and more.
The old saying goes âwhen people are talking about you, your ears ringâ.
Mikhail Grigorenkoâs ears must have been ringing on Tuesday afternoon. Not from the 30,000 foot altitude of the flight back to Quebec, but from the Sabres singing his praises aloud.
At the same time Sabres President Ted Black and GM Darcy Regier were holding their first official press conference...