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Avs Hold Off Sabres 5-3

The Sabres found the net three times in the final period on Saturday, but it was too little, too late in a 5-3 loss in Colorado. Andrej Meszaros scored two of the 3rd period goals for Buffalo.

Sabres don't tend to matchup well against the Avalanche

The Sabres opened the first period missing some great chances outshooting the Avalanche 7-3. Despite the gap, Buffalo did give up some good opportunities too thanks to some dandy giveaways.

Sabres' Benoit happy to play against his old team

When Andre Benoit showed up to play last year in Colorado, it was pretty much his first full NHL season.

Sabres' Gionta replaces Ennis

With Tyler Ennis missing tonight’s game with a shoulder or neck problem, Brian Gionta will move to his wing with Johan Larsson and Matt Moulson.

Sabres' Ennis won't miss too many games

The Sabres got a little good news on Friday. Ted Nolan said Tyler Ennis is going to the trip out west and could play Monday in Arizona.

Atmosphere in the arena was disappointing

I’m not going to lie, I didn’t think there would be that much cheering when Arizona scored, but when Jordan Szwarz wired his first of the season over Matt Hackett’s glove some of the fans in the building did cheer.

JW - Seven Days in Spring

A Thursday night hockey game between the Sabres and Coyotes feels like a game that could change the fate of a franchise.  It could be more than that though.  Jeremy White looks into how the next four games could swing the fates of these two teams, and the NHL itself.

Sabres get two back with Hackett in goal

Pat Kaleta will be back in the lineup tonight after missing 18 games getting a bone chip removed from his knee.

Sabres and Coyotes numbers are ugly

Befitting teams that are 29th and 30th in the NHL standings, the Arizona Coyotes and Buffalo Sabres have put up some horrible numbers this season.


It's business as usual for the Sabres

Some of the fans want the Sabres to lose games, but for anybody to think that players or coaches would be any part of losing on purpose, just shows the ignorance of some people.

Sabres Nolan hope three hurt players can play

The Sabres have three players questionable for Thursday’s game.

Sabres have better legs in Dallas

The Sabres were skating well and taking it to the Stars in the first period until they ran into penalty problems.

Stars Rally in 3rd, Beat Sabres 4-3

The Stars came from behind three times on Monday before Cody Eakin's goal at 16:46 of the third gave Dallas the lead for good in a 4-3 win over the Sabres. Brian Gionta scored twice for Buffalo. Head inside for more.

Former Sabre Enroth really enjoyed Buffalo

Things have not gone well for Jhonas Enroth since arriving in Dallas. Lindy Ruff knows Enroth very well and he knew what he was getting, but the former Sabre is 1-5-0 with a 3.35 goals against and .873 save percentage.

Ruff really enjoyed how Ennis played for him

Former Sabres coach Lindy Ruff could see the potential in Tyler Ennis when he coached him. Ennis, who showed up to the arena this morning with the flu and is hopeful he can play, really has turned into a very good player since Ted Nolan arrived.

This week in the race for 30th

The Race for 30th is down to just 10 games in 20 days.  Buckle up Sabres fans.


Sabres' Grigorenko showed some life in Nashville

Mikhail Grigorenko's game changed as the game went on in Nashville.

Predators Prevail 3-0 Over Sabres

Pekka Rinne kept the Sabres out of the net on Saturday, coming up with a 22-save shutout in a 3-0 Predators win over Buffalo. Matt Hackett kept the Sabres in the game with 40 stops, but took his third loss of the season. Head inside for more.

Sabres trying to play with low energy

Things were pretty even for the first five to seven minutes of the first period, but then Nashville, which has been off for three days put it into high gear.
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