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Day #10 of Sabres in focus - Ville Leino
As with Cody Hodgson, I was happy when I found out the Sabres acquired Ville Leino. The former Red Wing and Flyer's efforts had me thrilled that he was a Sabre.
His first season didn't exactly go as planned as he put up 25 points (8 G, 17 A) in 71 games.
During the 2010 postseason with Philadelphia, Leino put up 21 points (7 G, 14 A) in 19 gam...
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We all know the NHL team in Toronto is the Buffalo Sabres.
Now that I've made a funny, I'll comment on Eklund's rumor that the Oilers and Sabres could make a deal.
What did Eklund say: Oilers were offering up a "young star" Top 6 center and a 3rd line prospect player who has Top 6 potential. The Sabres in return would send a "significant" defenseman...
As the NHL season begins to near, the Buffalo Sabres still have some questions to answer, the biggest of such is what will the Sabres do to boost scoring?
While many fans see the Derek Roy trade as a good thing, the problem is that he was an offensive player that created scoring opportunities. While Steve Ott is able to do some of the same, the offense is still missing that scoring...
Day #9 of Sabres in focus - Ryan Miller
It's an understatement to say that Ryan Miller is an important part of this team.
The Sabres goaltender has had a couple of down years after his phenomenal performance during the olympic season. Since then, his goals against average and save percentage have declined.
Many will point to the fact that he (and the entire team) was...
I'll take a short break from the Sabres in focus and decided to post a flashback instead.
February 13th, 2009 was a lot more than just a game between the Buffalo Sabres and San Jose Sharks. A plane crash in Clarence Center left the entire city of Buffalo devastated. The National Hockey League questioned whether or not the game should be played.
A few of the Sabres had...
Sabres prospect, Mikhail Grigorenko, didn't disappoint in his first game with team Russia at the Canada-Russia Challenge. Grigorenk assisted on line mate, Nail Yakupov's third period PPG. The goal cut the Canada lead to one goal. Canada held on to win 3-2.
Former Niagara Ice Dog, and Boston Bruin draft choice, Dougie Hamiltonâs power play goal late in the second period...