Thursday Jul 3
NHL players pay visit to pediatric oncology unit
Pro hockey players, from left, Andrew Desjardins, of the San Jose Sharks, Nick Foligno, of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Derek MacKenzie, of the Florida Panthers, Marcus Foligno, of the Buffalo Sabres and Zack Stortini, of Norfolk Admirals, visited children in the Pediatric Oncology Unit of the Northeast Cancer Centre at Health Sciences North on July ... (more)
Thursday Jul 3
Sabres Make Moves on First Day of Free Agency
Buffalo, NY The Buffalo Sabres were very active on the first day of NHL Free Agency.
Sabres and the NHL start free agency
With the draft and buyouts done, now Tim Murray gets to concentrate on free agency.
Gorges to Sabres after nixing trade to Leafs
One of the more curious happenings of the last few days was that the Montreal Canadiens tried to trade Josh Gorges to the Toronto Maple Leafs .
The Miami Herald
Sabres add Moulson and Gionta in free agency
In this March 29, 2014 file photo, Minnesota Wild's Matt Moulson follows through on a shot against the Phoenix Coyotes during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Glendale, Ariz.
Anchorage Daily News
Sabres reel in Gionta, Moulson among flurry of moves
The Buffalo Sabres added veteran spice to a rebuilding franchise on Tuesday afternoon, signing former Montreal Canadiens captain Brian Gionta to a three-year deal and forward Matt Moulson to a multi- year contract.
Marcus Foligno Signs Two Year Contract With Buffalo Sabres
Mar 23, 2014; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks defenseman Ryan Stanton and goaltender Eddie Lack defend against Buffalo Sabres forward Marcus Foligno during the second period at Rogers Arena.
Rock Hill Herald
Sabres to take modest approach to free agency
Fresh off clearing Buffalo's books of the remaining seven years of Ehrhoff's contract, Murray is targeting veteran role players to augment his team's young roster once the NHL's free-agency period opens Tuesday.
Sports Media 101
Buffalo Sabres Complete Buyout of Christian Ehrhoff's Contract
Sabres 101 provides 24/7 obsessive sports coverage of the Buffalo Sabres as a part of Sports Media 101 .
2014-15 NHL salary cap is set
The NHL and NHLPA have announced the salary cap for the 2014-15 season has been set at $69 million dollars.
Off-Season Watch: Friday's latest from around the NHL
With the NHL Draft coming up on June 27 and free agency opening on July 1, discussions between NHL general managers are heating up towards a busy off-season.
Buffalo Sabres: The Ville Leino Buyout Saga
With the city of Los Angeles celebrating their second Stanley Cup in the last three years, the city of Buffalo hopes to be preparing Ville Leino 's goodbye parade very soon.