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Storylines dominate remainder of 2014-15 season

While the Buffalo Sabres had passed the official halfway point of the season on January 8th, the unofficial halfway point was reached on Sunday, when the National Hockey League completed the 2014-15 All-Star Game in Columbus. The Sabres have 37 games remaining in the 2014-15 season, and a handful of burning questions remain to be […]

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Training camp storylines

For the first time in over five months, the Buffalo Sabres will be back on the ice, shortly, at the First Niagara Center. While some things changed, a lot of what we knew has remained the same. This training camp marks the first full season for Ted Nolan as Buffalo Sabres head coach since the […]

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Changing the Sabre Culture

For General Manager Tim Murray, changing the culture has been the biggest challenge since he was hired. Murray’s blunt and straightforward attitude has shown fans how serious he is about the future of this organization. Things started pretty quickly for Murray. With the trade deadline coming fast, quick decisions were needed for roster players with […]

<span style='color:#000000;'>Recapping Sabres Development Camp</span>

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Recapping Sabres Development Camp

This past week, the Buffalo Sabres hosted theirĀ annual Development Camp, a four day event at the First Niagara Center for current and future members of the Sabres. This time around, the Sabres had a total of 39 players attend camp, and included players from the Sabres, Americans, and various junior and collegiate teams. Day oneĀ of […]

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Thank you, Thomas Vanek

Thomas Vanek is no longer a Sabre. We all knew this day would come, and it had to be done, but it’s still tough to see a player of this caliber go. Just like Jason Pominville, Vanek was a core player for the Sabres, but this is a rebuilding phase and it needed to be […]

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