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Jason Pominville scored twice, but it wasn’t enough as the Sabres fell 6-2 to the Chicago Blackhawks in a game seen by a national audience on NBC Sports Network. Buffalo now falls to 0-3 on their season long seven game road trip. It’s beginning to sound like a broken record when the following question gets asked: When will the front office realize that enough is enough? The Sabres came into tonight’s game losers of 11 of 14 and were shut [...]
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Following last night’s debilitating blowout loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, the Buffalo Sabres have now lost 10 consecutive games on the road. It was their third straight loss overall which not only kept them in 11th place in the Eastern Conference -- nine points behind the Florida Panthers for the final playoff seed –but also kept them only three points ahead of 15th place.These...
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I mentioned in the preview that the NHL is no place to pass up an opportunity to kick a team while they're down. There's no room for sympathy, especially when you're caught up in a knife-fight-a-trois that is the Central Division and every point is valuable. Thankfully, the Hawks didn't miss the chance to beat up the Buffalo Sabres and waltz to a 6-2 victory.
Daniel Carcillo, out for the season following ACL surgery today, is officially on injured reserve for the Chicago Blackhawks. And Ben Smith returns from Rockford to take his spot.
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that weekend passes for the fifth annual Blackhawks Convention will go on sale on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 11:00 A.M. The Blackhawks Convention, the first of its kind in the National Hockey League, will take place...
CHICAGO - Jonathan Toews had two goals, rookies Andrew Shaw and Jimmy Hayes also scored, and the Chicago Blackhawks...