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13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
On Tuesday, March 11 it was reported that Buffalo Sabres forward Chris Stewart will likely miss the remainder of the season with a leg injury.
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17 hrs ago | KMOV-TV Saint Louis
Ryan Miller has played in four games for the Blues. All four have been wins. Since the blockbuster deal with Buffalo was announced a little over a week ago, the Blue have caught fire, winning five consecutive games and taking over the No.
21 hrs ago | Sports Media 101
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Yesterday | On the Forecheck
For those of you who wonder what a full-scale rebuild looks like, behold the Buffalo Sabres.
When I was on the extended postgame show with Brian Koziol and Brian Duff after the Ryan Miller trade a fan called in with interesting thoughts.
Hard working and fun to watch have replaced the early suffering theme for this years Buffalo Sabres hockey team.
Last week's acquisitions of Ryan Miller and Steve Ott continue to pay immediate dividends for the St. Louis Blues.
Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon has at least one point in 13 consecutive games. That run breaks a record for 18-year-olds previously held by Wayne Gretzky.
It's not too tough to look at the St. Louis Blues and their defensemen and determine that they're of a higher caliber than the group that the Buffalo Sabres put on the ice every night.
It will be a battle of new goaltenders in tonight's Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers game as both Michael Neuvirth and Roberto Luongo will both make their respective debut.
The 2014 NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone, and for the first time in 12 season's the Buffalo Sabres had a new general manager at the helm in Tim Murray.
Despite losing two important forwards and getting massively outshot by the Lightning, the Sabres won 3-1.
Now that the trade deadline dust has had 24 hours to settle, how has the NHL playoff picture changed? Teams like Montreal, Minnesota, Los Angeles and the Rangers have greatly improved their situations, while teams like Vancouver, Columbus and Tampa Bay have been stung.
St. Louis is one of those scary-good teams with legitimate Stanley Cup aspirations, leading the NHL with a +63 Goal Differential.