Found November 24, 2012 on
An important part of the Buffalo Sabres franchise is no longer with us. Robert Swados, 93, passed away Friday morning.
His name is not as common as Golisano or Pegula, but he's a big reason why Buffalo even has a team.
Here's a clip from a story that has been published on Sabres Hockey Central:
Swadosâ best work, however, happened behind the scenes. For example, when Alexander Mogilny...
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In a move that will not go over all too well with the rest of the players from the National Hockey League, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller came out and said that he feels it is time to decertify the NHLPA. After watching the negotiations to end the current NHL Lockout go nowhere, Miller feels as the decertification of the NHLPA may be the only thing that can save the 2012-2013...
Great news for Sabres fans, as Dman Christian Ehrhoff was well enough to play in the game. Ehrhoff was injured on Friday night when he was driven face first into the end wall by an ugly hit-from-behind. Ehrhoff left the game with blood streaming down his right cheek. He suffered a headache for his troubles.
Jamie Benn and the Hamburg Freezers hosted the Krefeld Penguins on Sunday night....
Mikhail Grigorenko continues to amaze.
Is there anything that this kid cannot do?
The Sherbrooke Phoenix rolled into Le Colise looking for a win. Former sabre sniper, Donald Audtette's son, Daniel, and his Sherbrooke mates were blanked 6-0 by Grigorenko and the Remparts. To add more heat to the game, Friday night was Patrick Roy's 500th game as head coach of the Quebec...
Christian Ehrhoff, who is currently under contract and tearing it up offensively with the Krefeld Penguins, has criticized the owners' rejection of the new offer from the NHLPA.
Ehrhof has scored 8 goals and has added 6 assists in 19 games in his home town. He's +6.
Ehrhoff told news agency DPA, that he keeps in touch with the negotiations that are presented stalled...
While the NHL is in the midst of yet aother work stoppage, Tal Pinchevsky’s Breakaway recalls a time in the not-too-distant past in which players were struggling to play in the NHL for reasons that far transcended the business implications and the league’s player-team relations.
In a game of high risk-high reward, players, from Petr Kilma to Alexander Mogilny, literally were...