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It was only a matter of time. With Terry Pegula in town, and the Leafs and Rangers failing to secure the rights for Brad Richards (so far), one big news agency has put the Sabres into the chase. To find … Continue reading
It’s a saga of redemption. Tim Kennedy’s been searching for a break since August of 2010. That break has finally arrived. The sorry tale of Tim Kennedy began on September 30, 2009, when the Sabres announced that Kennedy would start the 2009–10 … Continue reading
Someone is going to pay dearly. They don’t call the beginning of free agency on July 1st a “frenzy” for nothin’. Teams desperate to gain an advantage over their competition have resorted to extraordinary leaps of faith on aging players, … Continue reading
The Sabres enlisted 85 high-profile ambassadors this season. Many fans might not have caught on to it, but when Terry Pegula invited 85 alumni members of the Buffalo Sabres back into the fold, what he was really doing was creating … Continue reading
In all likelihood, Tim Connolly’s days as a Sabre are done. It’s finally time to analyze the trade – and you’ll be surprised who the “winner” of this old trade turned out to be. In 1999, Mike Peca captained the … Continue reading
June 2nd. That is the deadline for Darcy Regier and the Buffalo Sabres to come to terms with Marcus Foligno, their 4th round (104th overall) pick in the ’09 draft. Negotiations have gone slow, and the price tag on Foligno … Continue reading