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Sabres' video coach joins Red Wings

Add video coach to the Sabres’ list of vacancies.

Adam Nightingale, who served as Buffalo’s video coach this season, has been hired by the Detroit Red Wings as assistant coach/video. Nightingale is also working as the video coordinator for the U.S. national team at the world championships, which begin Friday.

Nightingale, a Michigan native, spent four years as the director of hockey operations and video coordinator for Michigan State. His brother Jason is the Sabres’ coordinator of analytic-related hockey evaluation.

Since the end of the season, the Sabres have let go of General Manager Tim Murray, coach Dan Bylsma, scouting director Rob Murphy, amateur scoring director Greg Royce and massage therapist Chuck Garlow.

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