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The Robyn Regehr Trade: A Calgary Perspective

How is Calgary reacting to the trade that sent Robyn Regehr, Ales Kotalik and a 2nd round pick to Buffalo for Chris Butler and Paul Byron? Well, we consulted The Hockey News, Calgary blogs, and of course, the infamous “HF … Continue reading

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BSN Summer Awards: The Envelopes (And Brooke Shields) are IN!

Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please! The winners of the first 3 of our “Summer Awards” are in.  Thanks to all of you who participated in the voting process.  For those that read the posts and curiously … Continue reading

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Name that Sabre: the Winner is…

We had a lot of fun with this. As promised, we are now revealing the name inside the Philly sandwich today (especially since I may have allowed myself to sample that six pack of Labatt in my fridge last night … Continue reading

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Target: Paul Stastny

Could the Sabres be in the running to land Paul Stastny? Stastny has all the size and talent that the Sabres have been looking for in a #1 center, and at least one writer at NHL.com believes that the Colorado … Continue reading

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Sabres Fan Superstitions

Go Sabres. That’s my sign-off here on Buffalo Sabres Nation, having taken it with me from my old blog, “buffalo74.”  It wasn’t there on my first post, and I don’t remember exactly when it became a part of my posts or … Continue reading

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Top 10 Sabres GIFs from 2010-11

A picture says a thousand words.  A GIF says a thousand words, over, and over, and over again. A GIF file, for those of you who are unfamiliar with them, is used to display small animations and low-resolution film clips. Not … Continue reading

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McCutcheon Out – Here’s a Clue as to his Replacement

There will be a new pair of feet behind the Sabres’ bench for the 2011-12 season. Brian McCutcheon enjoyed 11 seasons standing aside Lindy Ruff.  He enjoyed some ups and downs in his tenure, which included work on the power … Continue reading

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