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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 Thanks Lindy Ruff
Reason no. 1 why I don't ever want to leave Buffalo -- it truly is the city of good neighbors. Lindy Ruff was great for the Sabres organization, was great to the fans and was great for the city of Buffalo. He left a legacy, and the photo above is what he came out of the arena to find yesterday.…
Ron Rolston Named Buffalo Sabres Interim Coach
Ron Rolston will take over as the Buffalo Sabres interim head coach for the rest of the season. Rolston is the coach of the Sabres farm team, the Rochester Americans, and has met the Sabres players already as of Wednesday night (February 20).
No GM Or Coaching Change For Sabres
Buffalo Sabres President Ted Black made it official on Wednesday saying that General Manager Darcy Regier and coach Lindy Ruff will remain with the team for the 2012-2013 season.  It's not really a surprise.  Owner Terry Pegula has the greatest respect for Ruff and I don't think his words "he's…
Buffalo Sabres Coach Lindy Ruff Injured In Practice
As if this hockey season couldn't get any stranger. It seems that having an inordinate number of player injuries wasn't enough, Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff broke three ribs during Monday morning's practice at First Niagara Center when he was blindsided by defenseman Jordan Leopold…
Lindy Ruff To Remain Sabres Coach
After their first-round playoff loss to the Philadelphia Flyers, the Buffalo Sabres big-four, owner Terry Pegula, team president Ted Black, general manager Darcy Regier and coach Lindy Ruff held a press conference Friday morning at HSBC Arena to answer questions about the team, the season and t…
Sabres Have Their Say in San Jose
The Sabres rebounded from an overtime loss in Denver to beat the San Jose Sharks 3-nothing in the second game of a 3-game road trip.  Rookie Luke Adam, Jochen Hecht and Thomas Vanek scored the goals while Ryan Miller stopped 36 shots for his 3rd shutout of the season.