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Sabres' still looking at battles for jobs

The Sabres will use many who are still battling for jobs tonight against Washington.

The Sabres trim their roster

The Sabres have sent seven players to Rochester.

Sabres' Kaleta out a month or so

Before Pat Kaleta got checked out, Ted Nolan thought he might be without his tough winger until after the holidays. Johan Larsson is also going to miss some time. Kaleta, who missed most of last season with a knee injury, is actually not going to miss that much time.

Sabres' Grigorenko is getting his chance

Ted Nolan has been preaching for two weeks now that any ice time that a player gets, he’ll earn.
Mikhail Grigorenko has earned some more ice time.

Sabres' Benoit was a late bloomer

Sabres defenseman Andre Benoit started his professional career in 2005 with the Hamilton Bulldogs. He never got to the NHL until the 2010 season with Ottawa.

Leafs come back to beat Sabres 3-2 in shootout

The Buffalo Sabres opened up a 2-0 lead, but the Toronto Maple Leafs came back to tie the game, and eventually win 3-2 in the shootout on Sunday night at Air Canada Centre.

Sabres and Leafs rivals in the preseason too

There were only 14 combined shots in the first period against the Leafs, but five of them went into the net.

The Sabres trim the roster by 13.

The Sabres have assigned 11 players to Rochester and have returned two players to their respective junior clubs.

Sabres using another veteran lineup

Cody Hodgson gets his first preseason game tonight as the Sabres host the Leafs. Hodgson will play left wing with Sam Reinhart and Brian Gionta.

Sabres Pysyk not expected to miss much time

The Sabres only got one shift out of Mark Pysyk on Tuesday before he left with an upper body injury. He didn’t practice on Wednesday.

Eichel is very excited to play here Thursday

The third annual USA All-American Prospects game is in Buffalo on Thursday. It’s the second time the Sabres have hosted the event.
Highly touted Jack Eichel will play in this game and will be coached by former Sabre Mike Grier.

Sabres finally score as Enroth shines at the other end

As the game started I thought I’d have a lot to talk about. The Tyler Ennis line with Matt Moulson and Drew Stafford was buzzing and produced two dandy opportunities for Moulson on Anton Khudobin.

The Sabres trim the roster

The club returned nine players to their respective junior clubs.

Sabres Lemieux is excited for his first game

It’ll be a more veteran lineup for the home preseason opener against Carolina tonight.


Sabres Nolan not a fan of analytics.

We’ve hit the age of analytics in all sports. Some teams have resisted it, but in the past year several have embraced it.

Sabres start the preseason still struggling with goals.

The Sabres prospects played four games in Traverse City and now the big club played its first preseason game in Washington and so far, the team still can’t score.

With Miller gone, the Sabres have a goaltender battle

The Sabres didn’t address goaltending in the offseason because they wanted to give Jhonas Enroth and Michal Neuvirth a chance.

Sabres Myers is ready for a new beginning.

Tyler Myers called last season, “A mess” as he’s ready for the new season with a fresh feeling. Myers said, “Everybody’s just excited for a fresh start.”

Sabres Gorges already likes Buffalo

Josh Gorges had a limited no trade agreement in his contract. Buffalo was not on the list of teams he’d accept a trade to, but that changed.

Sabres Nolan is excited that this is his team

The Sabres reported to camp for physicals and team testing, but this year is different.
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