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New York Sports-Kings:
Buffalo Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta has been suspended, pending a hearing, as the NHL’s Vice President of Hockey and Business Development and Director of Player Safety, Brendan Shanahan looks into Kaleta’s head hit on Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson during Thursday nights game at the First Niagara Center.
The hearing was originally scheduled for Friday, but has been pushed back to Tuesday to an in-person meeting.
As of now, Kaleta is out of this Saturday’s game in Chicago against the Blackhawks and Monday’s home game against the Minnesota Wild. According to Buffalonews.com, Kaleta could see at least a five game suspension. This marks Patrick Kaleta’s fourth suspension since 2009.
The last time Kaleta was suspended was March 4, after shoving New York Rangers center Brad Richards aggressively into the boards, in which Kaleta was fined more than $76, 000.
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Buffalo Sabres puke Patrick Kaleta has been suspended by the National Hockey League's department of Player Safety, pending a hearing for this dirty hit on Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson. Kaleta is a repeat offender, having been suspended a couple of times, so I expect him to get at least a 2-3 game suspension for this hit.
From the NHL.COM --- At 3:10 of...
The NHL announced Patrick Kaleta will have an in-person hearing on Tuesday for his hit on Jack Johnson Thursday night.
The Sabres play Chicago tonight and Minnesota Monday, so Kaleta will have missed (served) two games before the Tuesday hearing.
At one point an in-person hearing has meant a 5+ game suspension, but this year at least one requested in-person hearing resulted in...
from John Vogl of the Buffalo News,
Will the fans put up with what they’re seeing? Will owner Terry Pegula? If so, for how long?
For a good chunk of the crowd in First Niagara Center, the answer was 40 minutes. There were rows and rows of empty seats as the third period began, the fans apparently deciding they had better ways to spend their time. The ones who stuck around...
As expected the Sabres will scratch 19-year-old center Mikhail Grigorenko tonight against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Rookie Johan Larsson a scratch Tuesday will pivot Zemgus Girgensons and Brian Flynn inside the First Niagara Center.
Grigorenko one of 17 pointless Sabres hasn’t showcased the competitiveness coach Ron Rolston wants to see.
“He’s got to continue consistency...
Sabres’ sniper Thomas Vanek put on his fancy pants Thursday night for the Sabres’ lone goal in their 4-1 loss to Columbus. It’s a shame for the Sabres that style points don’t count. But even if they were counted, the Sabres would have found some way to lose. That’s what they do.
It’s not quite as sexy as the through-the-legs display that Tomas Hertl showcased earlier this week, but Thomas Vanek netted his own impressive goal through the five hole against the Blue Jackets on Thursday. Let’s hope his teammates can keep it in their pants, unlike Hertl’s.
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Buffalo Sabres forward Thomas Vanek didn’t want San Jose Sharks rookie Tomas Hertl to be the only one scoring between-the-legs goals. Vanek deflected the puck past Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky while his stick was between his legs. Personally, I think the most impressive part was the no look pass by his teammate Steve Ott with a Blue Jackets defender right on...
from Damien Cox of The Spin,
--The Buffalo Sabres. Winless in five with only five goals scored, this has started in nightmarishly bad fashion for Ron Rolston's group, an odd collection of unproven kids, highly-paid vets who have never lived up to their contracts and a veteran goalie, Ryan Miller, who maybe should have left two seasons ago.
Miller is at least a card the...
The Buffalo Sabres are off to their worst start in 14 years.
Facing the reigning Stanley Cup champions on the road isn't likely to change that.
The Sabres attempt to avoid a sixth straight defeat Saturday night when they meet the Chicago Blackhawks.
Buffalo (0-4-1) hasn't endured a worst start to a season since going 0-5-2 to begin 1999-2000. The Sabres have shown few...
Ryan Miller survived an onslaught through the first two periods and kept the Buffalo Sabres close, but Corey Crawford was good enough to earn a hard-fought victory on Saturday night at the United Center. The Blackhawks put 37 shots on … Continue reading →The post Corey Crawford, Blackhawks Outduel Sabres appeared first on Committed Indians.
Hey, what's everyone doing this weekend? Can I come?
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