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Sabres fall to Canadiens in shootout

The effort was present, but a Buffalo Sabres win was not. Even with the Sabres coming out of Wednesday night’s game against the Montréal Canadiens with a 2-1 shootout loss, the Sabres put together a strong effort, which showed especially early on. “The foundation which we wanted to try and create was effort,” Sabres head […]

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Sabres, Canadiens renew rivalry in Buffalo

The Buffalo Sabres (3-9-1) continue its four game home-stand on Wednesday night with a matchup with the Montréal Canadiens (8-4-1) at the First Niagara Center. Wednesday’s game is the first of four match-ups between the Sabres and Canadiens in the 2014-15 season. Last season, the Canadiens swept the four game series between the two clubs. Montréal […]

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Sabres sign Brian Gionta

Another former Montreal Canadien is now a member of the Sabres. Buffalo has signed Brian Gionta to a three-year deal at $4.25 per year. Gionta has played in 776 career games with the Devils and Canadiens, totaling 485 points. The 35-year-old winger brings a veteran presence to the Sabres. Here are his stats:

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Sabres acquire Josh Gorges for 2nd round pick

The Buffalo Sabres have acquired defenseman Josh Gorges in a trade with Montreal for a 2nd round pick in 2016. That pick was part of the trade that sent Matt Moulson and Cody McCormick to Minnesota. Gorges had a no-trade clasuse, but waived it to come to Buffalo. Gorges turned down a trade to Toronto, a […]

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Sabres pay the price, fall flat in Montreal

It took over 50 minutes of play before someone could get on the board. Halfway through the third period, Max Pacioretty broke the scoreless tie with his 32nd goal of the season. Carey Price was perfect in goal as he stopped all 24 shots he faced. Matt Hackett received the start in goal for Buffalo, and stopped […]

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