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1. Miller and Vanek trade rumours Just came across an interesting article by The Hockey News‘ Lyle Richardson. The read suggests the Buffalo Sabres may be looking to move Ryan Miller to the Edmonton Oilers, or Thomas Vanek to the…Read more →The post Today’s 5: Sabres trade talk, Bolland returns home, 5 for Lapierre, and more. appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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No, that's not a clip from a Will Ferrell movie in the Instagram you see below. It's the Buffalo Sabres — who haven't exactly been rocking the ice with a 1-7-1 record this season. But it's a young team, with a lot of rookies and perhaps too much youthful exuberance to spare. Here are the Sabres players showing some nifty moves in an on-ice dance off after...
After starting the season 1-7-1, the Buffalo Sabres could really use some cheering up. They are the last place team in the Atlantic Division and have earned a whopping three points out of a possible eighteen. So what do you do at practice when you’re arguably the worst team in the NHL?
You have a dance off.
We know Ryan Miller is off slitting his wrists somewhere.
While rumours of a possible trade between the Buffalo Sabres and Edmonton Oilers for Ryan Miller have been rampant over the last couple of days, there's one important obstacle that would prevent such a deal from going through.
TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun confirms that the Oilers are among the eight teams on the veteran netminder's no-trade list...
So the Buffalo Sabres stink. Most NHL fans knew that heading into the season. So instead of actually practicing things that might help them not sport a 1-7-1 record, they had a dance-off at practice today instead. Why would you add fuel to the fire and post this on your team Instagram account? Seriously…
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The 1-7-1 Buffalo Sabres are keeping it light and ended Friday’s practice with a rookie dance-off. Latvian center Zemgus Girgensons gave it his all with a rendition of the “ice twerk.”
With the second worst record in the league (only to Philadelphia), it’s nice to see that it’s always sunny in Buffalo too.
from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo Post,
Patrick Kaleta has appealed his 10-game suspension and the Sabres are waiting to hear when his appeal process will be heard. Tonight's game against Vancouver will already be his fourth one out of the lineup. Fellow Sabres agitator Steve Ott said the issue he's had with Brendan Shanahan's ruling is that Columbus defenseman...
Buffalo Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta is appealing a 10-game suspension the NHL issued for an illegal check to the head of Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson last week.
The appeal was filed Wednesday evening by the NHL Players' Association on the player's behalf. The league hasn't yet announced when the appeal will be heard.
If the suspension is upheld, Kaleta...
Nick Kypreos has been around the NHL for a quarter century between his playing and broadcasting careers so you can safely assume he’s made a few connections along the way. He’s well spoken has friends across the league and knows how to use a telephone.
Rest assured he has better things to do with his idle time than dreaming up bogus rumors about the Sabres just for kicks. He’s...
The Buffalo Sabres are in a world of hurt right now. Their kids are looking for leadership from their head coach and their veteran teammates. They arenât getting consistent support and its showing side shifts on the ice.
Thereâs no way to fluff it up. So Iâm just going to say it like it is:
Right now, there is no continuity nor unity between the two âteamsâ...
The Sabres have been rather pathetic on the ice this season, and their dance moves aren’t much better.
After being blanked at home by Vancouver on Thursday night to fall to 1-7-1 on the season, Buffalo tried to loosen things up a bit at morning practice. The Sabres players concluded Friday’s skate with an on-ice dance-off, with each skater showing off their moves on top of the...
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The Vancouver Canucks will visit an old friend for the first time tonight as they take on Cody Hodgson and the struggling Sabres at First Niagara Center. The Sabres have stumbled out of the gates to start the season but Hodgson has found chemistry with his new linemates, and will be looking to continue...
The Sabres mailed in yet another listless effort on home ice, allowing 28 shots through two periods and watching the Canucks skate away with a 3-0 win.
A pair of storylines have dominated the Sabres season thus far and they have been the stellar play of both Ryan Miller and Jhonas Enroth to go along with flat efforts from the ranks of the Sabres skaters. Thursday was yet another...
Ryan O'Reilly is exactly the player that Buffalo Sabres desperately need at this most critical time in their team's re-building process. He's big, strong, skilled and immensely skilled.
O'Reilly is playing left wing this season for the Avs this season and he's playing it well. He's a #1 or #2 center by trade, however, Patrick Roy has moved O'Reilly...
Detroit Cass Tech (Mich.) running back Mike Weber has helped his team back to the PSL Championship Game. He talked about what his team needs to do to change the outcome this year, as well as his recent visit to Ohio State and offer from Nebraska.
The smart move right now is to permit Regier to weather the storm for one logical reason: Ultimately, the two most important bits of business the Sabres will transact this season involve the potential trades of goaltender Ryan Miller and star forward Thomas Vanek.
-Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail. Read on to see why Duhatschek feels that way.