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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.

 

We're finally going to see some trades


It’s getting down to it as all trades in the NHL must be made by 3:00 Monday.

Sabres anxiously await Monday's trade deadline


The NHL trade deadline is less than a day away, and the Buffalo Sabres have the day off in Tampa. For a few players, Saturday was the last time that they will have played for the blue and gold, while others will be getting ready for the Lightning on Tuesday night. It is not an easy time for many, and the extra day off is making it that much harder.
 

This week in the race for 30th



To use a NASCAR analogy, the Buffalo Sabres, Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers are racing three wide going into the final laps in the race for 30th.

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Raising Arizona? Its more like sinking Arizona in race for 30th.


I want you to mark down March 26th and March 30th on your calendar.  It looks like they'll be two of the biggest days in Buffalo sports history.  

Pysyk released from hospital and is "doing well"


Sabres prospect Mark Pysyk suffered a health scare on Saturday morning when he collapsed at Blue Cross Arena while playing a pick-up baseketball game. He was released from the hospital and is "doing well," according to the Rochester Americans.

 

Sabres send Pysyk back down


The Buffalo Sabres have sent defenseman Mark Pysyk back down to AHL Rochester. More inside.

Sabres slow the game down against Vancouver.


Wow, talk about playing down to the competition, Vancouver did just that in the first period.
The Sabres certainly

Murray talks trade deadline


On Thursday, Sabres general manager Tim Murray joined Mike Schopp and the Bulldog and discussed a number of topics. Click here for more details!

Sabres' Weber returns early


We all know a knee injury to Ryan Miller will keep him from making his return to Buffalo tonight, but injuries are still a key part of the conversation.
 
 

It's another edition of Foligno vs Foligno


Tonight I’ll play closer attention to the Foligno brothers. Of course this isn’t the first time they’ve faced each other, but this season Nick is an All Star and the Blue Jackets leading scorer.

Neuvirth Shines Again in 4-2 Win


Michael Neuvirth turned in another stellar performance on Tuesday, stopping 43 shots in the Sabres' 4-2 victory over Columbus. Both Zemgus Girgensons and Tyler Ennis left the win early and did not return. Head inside for more.
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