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7 min ago | WGR-AM Buffalo
The Sabres are coming off one of their longest stretches of the year without a game as the Rangers come to town.
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3 hrs ago | Sabre Noise
Less than 48 hours since Brayden McNabb was sent down to the Rochester Americans he is once again back up with the Buffalo McNabb played last night with the Amerks and racked up 3 points in a 6-1 win for the Amerks and obviously did enough to impress the Sabres brass.
7 hrs ago | Mile High Sticking
Welcome to your NHL Roundup, where we provide you with your Morning Links from around the NHL.
After seeing this post over at Canes Country, I thought it might be fun to take a quick look at what Sabres players from the Pegula era are still in the league, and, if so, how they are doing.
To build a winning team, you have to take risks. Risky contracts aren't necessarily bad ones, but rather deals that can make all the difference if they're successful and leave a team holding a very expensive bag if they aren't.
Countries are putting out their rosters for this year's World Junior Tournament.
With the Rangers giving Henrik Lundqvist a contract extension on Wednesday, of course the conversation turns to Ryan Miller.
Ryan Miller backstopped Team USA to a silver medal in Vancouver in 2010. Will he lead the team again in February? The deadline to finalize rosters for the 12 teams playing in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, is fast approaching.
Ok, so it's no secret the Sabres are basically the laughing stock of the NHL, posting a league worst 6-20-2 in 28 games this season.
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Rasmus Ristolainen can't play this week due to an apparent concussion and the Rochester Americans want the league to punish the culprit.
With the annual World Junior Championship less than a month away, countries are beginning to announce the rosters of players they have invited to camp and intend on bringing to the World Juniors.
Some players come in to the NHL and make an immediate impact, cementing themselves as future stars.
The Buffalo Sabres like to tout the high number of first-round draft picks they have on their current roster.
After acquiring Cody Hodgson from the Vancouver Canucks and then resigning him to a 6 year deal, the Buffalo Sabres made it pretty clear they wanted to move forward with Hodgson leading the way.
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