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Sabres recall a goalie


The Sabres have recalled goaltender Andrey Makarov from the Rochester Americans. I saw both goaltenders after the morning skate and I didn’t see anything wrong with either.
 
 

Sabres' face one of the NHL's hottest teams.


The Sabres have a tough task in Ottawa tonight as the Sens have won six of seven games and have gotten points in all of them.
 
 

Sabres' Grigorenko wants to show he belongs


Mikhail Grigorenko went to Tampa, didn’t play, rejoined the Amerks and scored a goal and then was back in Buffalo on Thursday practicing with the Sabres.
 
 

Sabres bring back Grigorenko yet again


The Sabres have recalled forward Mikhail Grigorenko from the Rochester Americans.
 
 

New-Look Sabres Blanked In Tampa Bay 3-0


A day after three forwards and their starting netminder were dealt at the deadline, the Sabres fell to the Lightning 3-0 at Amelie Arena. Andrei Vasilevsky earned his first career shutout with 28 saves while Anders Lindback stopped 32 shots in his Buffalo debut. Head inside for more.

Lightning Shut Out Sabres 3-0


Andrei Vasilevsky stopped all 28 shots he faced and the Lightning went 2 for 2 on the power play in a 3-0 shutout win over the Sabres on Tuesday.

Newest Sabres relish opportunity


Buffalo Sabres head coach Ted Nolan had to juggle his lines ahead of Tuesday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning thanks to yesterday’s NHL trade deadline. With three forwards traded, the team recalled a pair of familiar names, along with a newer face in the organization.
 

Newest Sabres relish opportunity


Newest Sabres relish opportunity


Sabres recall three


The Sabres recalled forwards Mikhail Grigorenko, Tim Schaller and Jerry D’Amigo from Rochester. 
 
 

How do Sabres stack up with Arizona and Edmonton?



Here we go! The trade deadline has passed and the rosters are set for the home stretch in the race for 30th. So how do the Buffalo Sabres, Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers stack up in terms of the roster and their remaining schedule?

 
 

Four traded excited and relieved


The Buffalo Sabres made four trades ahead of Monday’s three o’clock NHL trade deadline. For the players traded, the day brought a sense of excitement along with the relief that they day has come and gone, and they are on their way to a playoff contending team.
 

The final steps of suffering are taken


Tim Murray accomplished what he set out to do with the 2015 trading deadline.
 
 

Murray Addresses the Media


Sabres GM Tim Murray addressed the media today to discuss all of today's deals as well as the direction the team is heading in the future. Murray spoke about how exactly he found trade partners, and what led him to deal away the four players that were traded.

When asked if he felt that he made his team better today, Murray said: "We acquired future assets. That's how we made the

Stewart traded to Wild


According to multiple reports, Sabres Forward Chris Stewart has been traded to the Minnesota Wild for a second-round draft pick in 2017.

Mitchell to Habs


The Sabres make yet another trade with Montreal, this time just minutes prior to the NHL deadline, sending Forward Torrey Mitchell to the Canadiens.
 

Trade Tracker


With the deals coming in by the minute, here's what's happened so far on Monday leading up to the 3:00 PM NHL Trade Deadline:

 

Neuvirth traded to Islanders


The Buffalo Sabres have traded Goaltender Michal Neuvirth to the New York Islanders for Goaltender Chad Johnson and a 2016 third-round pick.

 

Flynn dealt to Montreal


The first of what some think will be many trades made by the Sabres on Monday occurred just before 11 o'clock this morning, as the team has sent forward Brian Flynn to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick.

 
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