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Robin Lehner and the Sabres Shut Out Ottawa
The Buffalo Sabres continued their impressive play on home ice with Saturday's 4-0 shut out of the Ottawa Senators who came in as one of the hottest teams in the NHL.  Robin Lehner stopped 37 shots including 16 in the third period for his fourth career shutout and first this season.
Buffalo Sabres Wiped Out In Montreal
It was a complete about-face from the last time they played in Montreal.  Just 10 days after the Buffalo Sabres stunned the Canadiens with an overtime victory, it was a different story on Tuesday night as the Sabres turned in one of their worst games in weeks giving up three goals in the s…
Buffalo Sabres 3-Game Winning Streak Ends In Dallas
After three straight exciting overtime victories the Buffalo Sabres put in one their worst efforts in quite a while on Thursday night in Dallas.  The Sabres managed only nine shots in the first two periods until they began to play like they meant it in the third period.  But strangely all …
Superstars and Superheroes At the 2017 Buffalo Auto Show
Make plans for Stars and Cars during the 2017 Buffalo Auto Show, Thursday through Sunday, February 9th-12th at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. Nothing signals that spring isn't far off more than the Buffalo Auto Show and this year there's more to do and more to see.
WATCH: Sabres’ Goal Crossed The Line Last Night Against Dallas
What is this 1999 all over again?
Well this isn't the first time Buffalo fans got upset about a goal/no goal call that went in favor of Dallas #BUFvsDAL pic.twitter.com/G4cqKpP6JZ
— Andrew Muise (@amuise42) January 27, 2017
Last night, the Buffalo Sabres took on Lindy Ruff and the Dallas Stars and with…
Buffalo Sabres Win Third Straight Overtime Game
What a comeback.  For a long stretch in the third period the Nashville Predators looked like they were going to cruise to a regulation victory over the Buffalo Sabres, but the Sabres didn't quit.  Brian Gionta and Kyle Okposo scored goals for Buffalo in the final five minutes to tie the game forcing…
Buffalo Sabres Give Up Four In A Row In Loss To Toronto
A combination of bad luck and shaky goaltending contributed to the Buffalo Sabres 4-3 loss in Toronto on Tuesday night.  The Sabres were up 2-0 on goals by Kyle Okposo and Evander Kane when the Leafs began their comeback 32 seconds into the second period when they scored the first of four strai…

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