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Buffalo Sabres left wing Tyler Ennis will return to the ice for Friday's game against the Detroit Red Wings.
Ennis, 22, has been sidelined with an ankle injury since Oct. 22.
The 26th overall pick of the 2008 draft, Ennis has yet to record a point in seven games this season.
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Forward Mike Grier is retiring after a 14-season NHL career that featured stints with four teams, including two separate stops with the Buffalo Sabres.
The 36-year-old announced his retirement in a release issued by the NHL Players' Association on Thursday. Grier was a free agent after completing a one-year deal with the Sabres last season.
Selected by St. Louis in the ninth...
The Buffalo Sabres will be without forwards Patrick Kaleta and Nathan Gerbe for Saturday's game against the Nashville Predators.
Kaleta aggravated a groin injury in Friday's game against Detroit and didn't make it through the contest.
Gerbe was hit in the face by teammate Paul Gaustad's skate in Friday's game and needed stitches.
Buffalo called up right wing...
Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller will serve as Jhonas Enroth's backup for Friday's game against the Detroit Red Wings.
It will mark the first time in nearly three weeks that Miller has dressed for a contest.
The former Vezina Trophy winner has missed the last eight games with concussion symptoms after he was bowled over by Boston Bruins tough guy Milan Lucic on Nov...
One step forward.
Two steps back.
According to the Sabres, Nathan Gerbe and Pat Kaleta will be lost to the Sabres for tonight's game in Smashville.
Gerbe suffered his injury when he was sliced from nose to lower lip by the surgical steel skate blade of this centreman, Paul Gaustad. Pavel Datsyuk knocked Goose off balance and sent him to the ice, thus causing the injury...
Luke Adam scored had a goal and an assist to lead the Buffalo Sabres over the Nashville Predators 3-2 on Saturday night.
As if Nathan Gerbe didn't have enough problems, what with being the shortest player in the NHL at 5'5", the diminutive Buffalo Sabres forward left Friday night's game with the Detroit Red Wings after being kicked in the face by teammate Paul Gaustad.
Let us remember that Paul Gaustad, like all NHL players, wears knives on his feet during NHL action. Here's the...
Forward Mike Grier is retiring after a 14-season NHL career that featured stints with four teams, including two separate stops with the Buffalo Sabres. The 36-year-old announced his retirement in a release issued by the NHL Players' Association on Thursday. Grier was a free agent after completing a one-year deal with the Sabres last season.
from the NHLPA, Mike Grier, a hard-working and dependable winger who played his career with the Edmonton Oilers, Washington Capitals, Buffalo Sabres and San Jose Sharks, announced his retirement today from the National Hockey League (NHL) following a career that spanned 14 seasons.
Grier, 36, appeared in a total of 1,060 regular season NHL games, recording 162 goals and 221 assists...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Jimmy Howard made 27 saves, and the Detroit Red Wings stretched their winning streak to seven with a 4-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.
Jakub Kindl, Johan Franzen, and Valtteri Filppula scored first-period goals for Detroit (16-7-1), which last won seven in a row in March 2010. Pavel Datsyuk pushed the lead to 4-1 by scoring...
Another false start. Another home loss.
This game was over at the 14:41 mark of period one, when Val Filppula beat Jhonas Enroth. Earlier goals by Kindl and Franzen buckled Buffalo's knees.
Per their system, Detroit owned the puck. They win faceoffs, loose pucks and rebounds, and they refuse to share it with their opponents. The Sabres got schooled by the best puck...
Mike Grier retired today. A fine Oiler winger over several seasons, we could use four like him today. Sail on Mike Grier. We didn't forget you, never will.
The sizzling Detroit Red Wings will take aim at a seventh straight victory this evening, when they visit the Buffalo Sabres for a battle at First Niagara Center.