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Day #13 of Sabres in focus - Drew Stafford
His name has come up in trade rumors over this summer but really, whose name hasn't? The amount of rumors that I see on this site and Twitter is absurd.
Anyway, Stafford has enjoyed two of his best seasons, production wise, over the past couple of years. He's hit 50 points, but could have had an even better season in 2010-2011 if it weren't for inj...
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Day #12 of Sabres in focus - Steve Ott
Here's a player who is going to be effective more often than not. Steve Ott has played for the Stars his entire NHL career until this season. He can hit. He can fight. He can score goals.
Ott was a 1st round (25th overall) selection in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. He will turn 30 years old this Sunday and the Sabres have him locked up...
Day #14 of Sabres in focus - Christian Ehrhoff
This was a great signing, and I think Ehrhoff will prove why with a stellar year. He's signed through the 2021 season, so he won't have a contract year for a long time.
After a pair of 14 goal seasons with the Canucks, Ehrhoff scored just five times with the Sabres. However, three of those goals turned out to be game-winners...
The North East Division teams got tougher this off-season the Buffalo Sabres signed former Dallas punk Steve Ott and former New York Rangers pylon John Scott – not to be out done – the Montreal Canadians signed former New York Rangers tough guy Brandon Prust, who shared the NHL’s league lead in fighting majors.
By signing these players – some have said that the North...
Tyler Ennis is widely expected to commit to Syracuse, though he is also considering Louisville, Illinois, Memphis and UCLA.
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Sabres GM Darcy Regier has been in Halifax the past couple of days. He's peeping Sabres 12th overall pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, Mikhail Grigorenko. Regier is not the only NHL GMtaking in the action live at the Halifax Metro Centre. Tampa Lightning GM, Steve Yzerman, also made the trip to Halifax to watch his future goaltender, Andrei Vasilevski, compete live and in person...
Unless you live in a hole you noticed that top-50 2013 Tyler Ennis committed last night to Syracuse University. The Orange dominated the Big East regular season last year, winning by a three game margin.
On a side note: back in April his older brother Dylan - who played at Rice - announced that he was transferring to Villanova.
So, back to Tyler. As the commitments...
Tonight superstar Class of ’13 point guard Tyler Ennis will likely make his college decision official, and The Fizz has leaned towards Ennis being Syracuse-bound for a few months. Ennis’s father and CIA Bounce Head Coach Tony McIntyre announced via Twitter that CIA Bounce TV will feature a “major announcement” tonight at 7 pm. You can tune in here...
Tyler Ennis has committed to Syracuse for the 13-14 season.
Tyler Ennis is headed to Syracuse. The No. 4 point guard in the 2013 class gave Scout.com the scoop on his decision and why he went with the Orangemen.
Fresh off his commitment announcement, Scout.com has a highlight reel of 2013 point guard Tyler Ennis from the LeBron James Skills Academy in July.