As far as Sabres' defenseman Josh Gorges is concerned, last season did not happen in Buffalo.Gorges and his team finished dead last in the NHL, but he's not going to let the last season bother him."Whatever's happened in the past is not to be talked about any more," Gorges said to Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette. "It's only looking ahead at what we have in front of us and that...
The Buffalo Sabres are waiting to find out how long defenseman Josh Gorges will be sidelined with an undisclosed lower-body injury. Sabres coach Ted Nolan said before Tuesday night's game against the Devils in New Jersey that Gorges was being evaluated. Nolan was not certain whether the injury, the result of a nagging problem, would sideline Gorges for the rest of the season....
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February 17, 2015 | Discuss
The best save of Saturday night’s matchup between the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres didn’t come from a goaltender. Sabres defenseman Josh Gorges prevented Bruins defenseman Torey Krug from tallying the fourth goal from a Boston D-man on the night, as he reached his stick out at the last second to stop Krug’s in-close chance. Unfortunately for Buffalo, they failed to stop...
The Buffalo Sabres have made a shake up within their own division by trading for Montreal defenseman Josh Gorges. The Sabres gave up a 2016 second round pick for the 29 year old defenseman who is set to make 3.9 million a year over the next four seasons.Gorges waived his no trade clause to go to the Sabres but wouldn't waive the no trade clause when originally traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The New York Rangers were struggling mightily until they finally caught a break. Rick Nash threw the puck on net and Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges tipped the puck past Dustin Tokarski. The goal started a run that allowed the Rangers to tie up the game 4-4, before falling apart again and losing 7-4. [@myregularface] The post Josh Gorges Deflects Puck Into Own Net appeared...
Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges underwent surgery Monday to repair a hand fracture, sidelining him for the next month. Gorges reportedly suffered the injury when he blocked a shot with his hand against the Toronto Maple Leafs on March 1. He played in the first two games of the Canadiens’ West Coast swing last week but flew home early to be examined, missing games against...
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