Found November 16, 2011 on
New Jersey Devils
Martin brodeur reminded everyone in Buffalo why he'll be a first-ballot Hall of Famer following his retirement.
Throughout his storied career, Brodeur has certainly had the Sabres' number. That trend continued Wednesday, as the Sabres fell to the New Jersey Devils 5-3 in front of a sold out First Niagara Center.
The Sabres' offense played well, managing 32 shots on goal. But Brodeur turned them away time after time and, despite allowing three goals, made numerous key saves, allowing the Devils to capitalize on their few scoring chances.
On the contrary, Jhonas Enroth's less-than-stellar performance in night led the the Sabres' loss. He allowed five goals on 19 shots before being pulled in favor of Drew MacIntyre, taking his first regulation loss in almost a year.
Tyler Myers responded well after watching Monday's 3-2 win from the press box. Despite a shaky first period, he paced the offense with his first two-goal game since Jan. 8, 2010 and ...
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Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller had plenty to get off his chest in speaking for the first time since being diagnosed with a concussion after being leveled by Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic last weekend.
Speaking after he sat out Sabres practice on Monday, Miller isn't sure when he'll return. He says he has whiplash and is still experiencing soreness in his neck and...
Here's the buzz in Pegulaville:
The Sabres have completed their game day skate.
One and done.
Tyler Myers spent Monday night in the press box. Tonight vs. New Jersey, Myers will draw back in to the Buffalo starting lineup.
The snub in Montreal was the first ever healthy scratch of of Myers' career. Lindy Ruff had seen enough of the mistakes and turnovers, so...
We're probably beating a dead horse here but, just to prove how hypocritical Lindy Ruff is: Here's video from 2007, when his Buffalo Sabres and the Ottawa Senators line brawled, including Andrew Peters taking on Ray Emery. Emery doesn't even care if he wins these fights or not; he's just having a blast out there. Emery's awesome.Ruff's comments after that...
When you think about all of the issues this team has faced already this season, remind yourself where the Sabres are in the standings. Why are fans complaining?
A lot has gone on since early October, when fans were pondering how Ville Leino, Christian Ehrhoff and Robyn Regehr would fit into the Sabres' lineup.
A month and a half later, the plans have changed, and there...
Can anyone recall a crazier start to a season for the Sabres? In just one month, I feel like we've lived through a season's worth of controversies/stories. I guess the more money Pegula brought about, the more problems we see. Alright, not really. I just wanted to use a Biggie song in this post and there you have it.
I'm sure talk show hosts and sports editors...
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Buffalo Sabres have recalled forward Corey Tropp from the minors to fill in for injured center...
Ryan Miller is still sore about the hit that sidelined him indefinitely.
Jhonas Enroth is trying to continue softening the blow for the Buffalo Sabres.
Enroth should be in net looking to win a seventh consecutive start Wednesday night as the Sabres seek to defeat the New Jersey Devils for a fourth straight time.
Miller suffered a concussion on a hit by Boston's Milan Lucic...
Buffalo's Ryan Miller & Boston's Milan Lucic engage in a shouting match following the hit on the Sabres netminder.
Edmonton, AB - On Saturday, Nov...
Jhonas Enroth made 25 saves, and Derek Roy tallied two points as the Buffalo Sabres came back from a 2-0 deficit to end the Canadiens’ two game win streak Monday night at the Bell Center in Montreal.
Enroth improved to 6-0 on the season in a game that the Sabres probably had no business winning.
Coming off the heels of their 6-2 lashing at the hands of the Boston Bruins, the Sabres...
The NHL's general managers are looking to clarify rules about contact involving goalies after Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller sustained a concussion following a collision with Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic.
For the first forty minutes, the Sabres seemed content to lay back and play a read and react game in Montreal. There passive-aggressive nature put them in a 2-0 hole after 40 minutes. Were it not for Jhonas Enroth, the score could have easily been 3-0 or 4-0 after forty.
Lindy Ruff did two key things in the early stages of the third period:
* He moved Derek Roy to the top line to cebt...