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A Defining Draft Day for Tim Murray & The Sabres - Part 1

Following the end of a disappointing NHL season where the Buffalo Sabres couldn’t even win the 2015 NHL Draft Lottery to get the 1st pick all eyes were on the Sabres at the draft to see if they would make any moves. 491 more words

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Nobody Can Say Tim Murray is Standing Pat Rebuilding the Sabres

As expected, Buffalo Sabres’ general manager Tim Murray drafted American-born center Jack Eichel out of Boston University. Eichel will be the cornerstone of this franchise and have a long and illustrious career. 604 more words


Trade: Buffalo keeps dealing, acquires O'Reilly from Colorado

SUNRISE — The big trades haven’t stopped at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, as the Colorado Avalanche have sent talented young center Ryan O’Reilly and forward Jamie McGinn to Buffalo. 320 more words

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Tim Murray would have said you were 'high on mushrooms' if you'd said he could get Eichel, Kane, and Lehner for three first-round picks

Early contender for quote of the day, courtesy Sabres GM Tim Murray:

Tim Murray: "If you'd have told me we'd end up w Eichel, Kane and Lehner for 3 first round picks, I'd have said you were high on mushrooms."

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BREAKING NEWS: Buffalo trades for Lehner and Legwand

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By Bobby Bauders

The Ottawa Senators sent goaltender Robin Lehner and forward David Legwand to the Buffalo Sabres. This will help Buffalo’s goaltending situation greatly in the long run. 99 more words

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Trade Update

Buffalo trades their 21st overall pick to Ottawa for David Legwand and Robin Lehner. Legwand brings a veteran presence during the rebuild, and Lehner gives them a starting goaltender.


BUFFALO, N.Y. (June 26, 2015) — The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team has acquired goaltender Robin Lehner and forward David Legwand from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for the 21st pick in the 2015 NHL Draft, previously acquired from the New York Islanders. 194 more words

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