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Sabres recall Lieuwen, place Gorges on IR

The Buffalo Sabres have placed defenseman Josh Gorges on injured reserve and recalled goaltender Nathan Lieuwen the club announced Wednesday.

Gorges suffered a knee injury Nov. 101 more words

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Overreactions with 62 to go: Sabres beat Sharks (again) on wild weather day in WNY

It’s fairly common for the region to figuratively groan every time Western New York gets attention for bad weather. It happens, but the locals will always argue that the summers are real nice and it snows more in other places and the people are great and yada, yada, yada… but with a national television audience tuning in, it was a night about the weather. 685 more words

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Wednesday (11/18/14) - Recaps from the loss in Buffalo and much more!

The latest news, updates, notes, and anecdotes regarding your San Jose Sharks from all around the world wide web – Enjoy!

Debated goals or not, …

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Sabres are on their first winning streak after besting Sharks

The Buffalo Sabres have pulled off a first for the 2014-15 campaign: 20 games into the season and they’re finally on a winning streak. The San Jose Sharks heavily outshot them tonight, but… 158 more words

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Video: Enroth makes diving save with his back

Buffalo Sabres goaltender Jhonas Enroth entered tonight’s game against the San Jose Sharks for the start of the second period because Michal Neuvirth suffered a lower-body injury. 84 more words

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Neuvirth exits game with lower-body injury

Not much has gone right for the Buffalo Sabres this season, but one of the players that has done well is goaltender Michal Neuvirth. After falling out of favor with the Washington Capitals, Neuvirth has revitalized his career in Buffalo and played like a potential long-term option in goal. 96 more words

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WATCH LIVE: San Jose Sharks at Buffalo Sabres

A snowstorm has blanketed Buffalo, but that’s not enough to keep tonight’s contest from happening at 7:30 p.m. ET as scheduled. All eyes will be on Sharks goaltender Troy Grosenick tonight as he looks to build off of his 45-save shutout performance in his NHL debut on Sunday. 93 more words

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