Sabres captain Jack Eichel, in partnership with Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant, donated Thanksgiving dinner for the residents at Kevin Gues…
Pair Dahlin with Colin Miller and watch the impact they will have on the Sabres’ top line, Lance Lysowski says.
During a recent appearance on the hockey podcast “Missin’ Curfew,” Eichel was asked what the Sabres need to snap their nine-year playoff drought.
McCarthy, a fourth-round draft pick of the Devils in June 2019, was one of 39 players who attended USA Hockey’s selection camp for the tournam…
"We're about to find out if hockey is going to learn a lesson from baseball or go down the same road," writes Mike Harrington.
“I knew that I needed to do more,” said Quinn, now 19 and a recent first-round draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres. “It was a good lesson for me …
Peterka, who the Sabres traded up to select with pick No. 34, has not played recently because his team in Austria, EC Red Bull Salzburg, had i…
Seeking advice ahead of his first NHL draft as general manager of the Buffalo Sabres, Kevyn Adams placed a call to his counterpart with the Bi…
To hockey fans, the sweater is everything, writes Mike Harrington.
Kevyn Adams’ first draft pick as the Buffalo Sabres’ general manager is officially under contract.
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Previously the Sabres’ primary logo from 1996-2006, the “goat head” will be featured this season on each shoulder of the team’s reverse retro jersey.
The goat head on the shoulder revealed Sunday could reinforce the initial hint, which included royal striping on the shoulders and waist.
"A much tougher division and nine or 10 months off without a game don't strike me as a recipe for snapping a playoff drought," Mike Harrington said.
Quinn, whom the Sabres drafted with the No. 8 pick in the first round last month, was one of 47 players invited to Hockey Canada’s selection camp.
A Sabres white "reverse retro" jersey included royal striping on the shoulders and waist.
The video clips on social media have Buffalo Sabres fans clamoring for Arttu Ruotsalainen’s arrival in North America.
"It was just an unbelievable journey for all of us Swedes," said Sabres winger Victor Olofsson.
Since Kevyn Adams was promoted to general manager of the Buffalo Sabres in June, the scope of hockey operations hires has been narrowed.
Hockey Hall of Famer Dale Hawerchuk died in August following a recurring bout with stomach cancer.
Dustin Tokarski, a 31-year-old with 34 games of NHL experience, signed a two-year contract with an average annual value of $725,000.
Davidsson has routinely been Vaxjo’s extra forward since missing the start of the season while recovering from offseason surgery.