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Who has the Brighter Future: Sabres or Leafs?

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By Chris Chilelli

Buffalo Sabres Writer

Who Has the Brighter Future?
When your team is consistently near or at the bottom of the standings the only thing people can talk about is how promising the team’s future is. 1,391 more words

Sabres' Lehner will not play in World Cup

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Robin Lehner injured his ankle in the Sabres’ 2015 season opener back in October, before having surgery on the ankle in March. 214 more words

Sports

NHL 2016-2017: Early Playoff Prediction

Being that it’s end of August, and not a lot going on in the hockey world, I figured I’d take a long shot at predicting the playoff teams for the 2017 NHL playoffs. 782 more words

Tyler Ennis suffered through a long, dark season with his concussions in Buffalo

Tyler Ennis made it to the NHL because the 5-foot-9, 169-pound forward had the feet, the hands and the head for the game to avoid physical mayhem but last season in Buffalo the third part of the equation went missing because he suffered two concussions. 797 more words

Hockey

The Instigator Podcast 5.14 - Vesey Breakdown & the Sabres New Tickets

Chris and Tyler are back to discuss Jimmy Vesey’s decision to sign with the New York Rangers along with the reports that Alex Nylander will be likely playing in Rochester this season. 69 more words

Sabres & NHL

Sabres have a strong group of forwards -- even without Jimmy Vesey

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The prolonged Jimmy Vesey saga has been over for almost a week now.

After weeks of hearing about which teams were interested and where he may end up and all the star power used to help make the case of those interested teams, Vesey chose the New York Rangers — … 529 more words

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A healthy Robin Lehner in net would boost Sabres playoff hopes

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It seemed Robin Lehner’s 2015-16 season was defined by two things.

— A) A skirmish involving him and Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson. 433 more words

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