Florida Panthers winger Brad Boyes is the NHL’s all-time leader with 37 shootout goals, but his latest one-on-one tally was more that a little bit lucky.
The Panthers and Buffalo Sabres headed to a shootout after finishing overtime tied at 1-1 Thursday night, and Florida coach Peter Horachek called on Boyes after his first two skaters were unsuccessful against Buffalo goalie Jonas...
The Panthers had two goals disallowed in the third period and clanged five off the iron goal-posts. But the last one struck gold.
Brad Boyes scored the tying goal in the third and the lone shootout tally that ricocheted off the post and then caromed off the skate of goalie Jhonas Enroth to give the Panthers a sorely needed 2-1 victory over the lowly Sabres Thursday night at First...
Brad Boyes scored in regulation and the shootout, lifting the Florida Panthers over the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 Thursday night.
Buffalo was playing its first game under general manager Tim Murray and special adviser Craig Patrick, introduced earlier Thursday by team President Pat LaFontaine.
Tim Thomas made 23 saves and was perfect in the shootout for Florida, which won on the road...
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January 09, 2014
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On the first day of free agency last July, General Manager Garth Snow signed Brad Boyes to a one year, one million dollar deal. The Isles were looking for someone to replace P.A. Parenteau on...
As you know, Brad Boyes signed a one year, $1M deal with the Islanders on Sunday.
Boyes played in 86 regular season games for the Sabres, scoring 13 goals and 24 assists for 37 points. That's certainly not what the Sabres were expecting when they acquired him.
Boyes has hit at least 65 points in a season three times, but he couldn't make it happen during his time in...
Brad Boyes didn’t provide the offense the Sabres hoped
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Brad Boyes is now officially a former Buffalo Sabre.
The former 40-goal scorer has officially signed a contract with the New York Islanders. The deal is for 1-year, $1-million.
Boyes was brought to Buffalo at the trade deadline in 2011 when the Sabres sent a 2nd round pick to St. Louis. Buffalo was...
Well one of the New York teams have jumped into the free agent market as the Islanders have signed Brad Boyes to a one-year/$1 million deal. Boyes is far removed from being a productive goal scorer at this point but the Islanders are a team that needs some sort of forward depth and this is a [...]
from Doug Harrison of CBC, CBCSports.ca: Do you think you can sign with a team Sunday?
BB: I’m hoping, too, but it’s tough because you don’t have a lot of information [on the direction of teams] before that day. If not, [my agent Pat Brisson and I] will look at the next day.
CBCSports.ca: When negotiating on your behalf, will your agent Pat Brisson speak to this past season...
Pros: The aren’t very many when it comes to Brad Boyes. The former three-time 20+ goal scorer has been rapidly declining in production ever since 2007-08 when he scored 43 goals. He could be a solid depth forward, his contract also expires at the end of the season. Cons: His totals in goals and points have [...]
Lindy Ruff has been saying for a week that Brad Boyes will be the first...