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Extra from Sabres' Bylsma and Murray

We had a chance to pull both Tim Murray and Dan Bylsma aside after the Press Conference announcing the hiring of Bylsma to coach the Buffalo Sabres.

Sabres hire Bylsma as head coach

The Buffalo Sabres have hired Dan Bylsma as their next head coach, WGR's Paul Hamilton reported on Thursday.

AP Source: Sabres Agree in Principle to Hire Dan Bylsma

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Former Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma's interview for the Buffalo Sabres' vacancy extended into Wednesday night, though a deal had not been reached.

REPORT: Bylsma is close

WKBW TV is reporting that Dan Bylsma is close to becoming the new head coach of the Sabres. Source suggests deal is "imminent".

REPORT: Sabres interviewing Bylsma on Wednesday

The Associated Press is reporting that the Sabres are speaking with the former Penguins coach.

With all the young talent, don't overlook the Sabres' Baptiste

When people talk about the good, young Sabres names like Ristolainen, Girgensons, Eichel, Reinhart and Kane are brought up, but there’s a third round pick that could eventually turn into the top six winger they’ve been looking for.

JW: Revisiting Bylsma - One Year Later

The Sabres are now in the market for a coach and Dan Bylsma might be the choice.  What could be different for Bylsma this time around?  In comparing the Penguins and Sabres models last year, Jeremy White gives you a look....

Sabres' Tim Murray discusses Babcock

Tim Murray joined Schopp and the Bulldog on WGR Sports Radio 550 Thursday afternoon.

New Leafs coach Babcock said he went back and forth in the process

Mike Babcock was introduced on Thursday as the next coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but Buffalo was in the conversation.

Sabres' feel burned by Babcock

On Tuesday there was confidence inside the walls of the arena that Mike Babcock was the next coach of the Buffalo Sabres.

REPORT: Babcock to meet with Sharks this week

It appears some stragglers are still trying to join the BabWatch party. 

Sabres' Ennis helps Canada win gold

Tyler Ennis was alternating on Canada’s fourth line, but when it mattered the most, he was Canada’s best player leading the Canadians to a 6-1 win over Russia

Eichel and the U.S. win bronze

Team USA played 5.5 good periods in the Medal Round of the World Championship and that helped Jack Eichel and his teammates go home with the Bronze Medal.

The U.S. will not play for gold.

I disastrous third period has cost Team USA a chance to play for the gold at the World Championships.

Babcock discusses future on TSN

BabWatch could be coming to a close soon. Mike Babcock sat down with TSN's Darren Dreger to discuss his coaching future.

Who are the options for the next Sabres goalie?

They've had a lot of goalies over the past few years. Can they find their next franchise goalie this offseason? 

The Sabres' draft positions are set

With the second round of the playoff over, the Sabres now know where they’ll be drafting in June.

Eichel and the U.S. are in the medal round

Team USA beat Switzerland on Thursday 3-1. That puts the 7-1 Americans into the semifinals on Saturday against Russia or Sweden.

JW: Eichel Watch: Possession and Power Play

Jack Eichel's play at the World Championships offers a glimpse into what he might look like as an NHL player.  If the last few games, featuring some of the world's best players, are any indication, we should expect Eichel to be a demon of possession, and a terror on the power play.
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