Category Archives: Sabres

The Ehrhoff Signing: a Vancouver Perspective

“Don’t hassle the Ehrhoff.” There’s your banner for the 300 level. Fans in Buffalo were pleased and shocked when the Sabres traded for the rights to negotiate with and then signed Christian Ehrhoff – pleased because a player of his … Continue reading

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The Leino Signing: Analysis from Philadelphia

By now, the UFA buzz in your brains should have cleared up. It’s officially Summer for hockey fans.  Time to sit back, re-set our rosters on NHL ’11, and hunker down for what should be a quiet offseason from here … Continue reading

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July 1st “UFA Day” Live Chat

This is going to be some wild fun. Because of that whole wild part, the guys over at “The Goose’s Roost” are launching their annual live chat to cover all the madness of the day. We’ll be taking part in … Continue reading

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So What, Exactly, is Hockey Heaven?

We’re not elitists. There is no sense of entitlement in this town. But since Terry Pegula arrived on February 22nd, 2011 (forever hereafter to be known as “Pegula Day” to Sabres Nation), there is a sense of confidence. There is … Continue reading

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Regehr to Buffalo: It’s Official

Welcome to Hockey Heaven, Robyn. For details on the trade, click here.

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The Vancouver Riots, and the Buffalo Rallies

What a difference a timezone or two can make. After the most recent riots in Vancouver, we did some digging into the sporting history here in WNY, and uncovered some real stark comparisons between Vancouver and Buffalo. What we found … Continue reading

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BSN Summer Awards: The Bettman

If that title made your stomach tighten a little bit, then you know what we’re onto here. Relax. Let that boo go. Feel better now? Good. That’s what we’re here for. Yes, the venerable Gary Bettman, commissioner of our NHL … Continue reading

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