The Buffalo Sabres must have been watching clips of the Buffalo Bills effort Thursday night against the New York Jets. Just like the Bills, the Sabres were a no-show against the Dallas Stars on Saturday night.
The Stars scored four goals in the first period and cruised to a 5-1 win. Go...
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 of their scoring came during those first two periods in a 4-3 loss to the Stars.
The Buffalo Sabres ended a two-game slide with Monday's 4-1 win over the Dallas Stars during a rare weekday matinee game. Tyler Ennis playing in his first game after missing the last 30 with a groin injury needed only 19 seconds to score giving the Sabres the lead and they never looked back.
For the third time this season the Buffalo Sabres had a goal taken away following a coach's review. All three times it was because the Sabres were offside entering the offensive zone before the goal was scored. The calls were correct, but it's pretty frustrating when it happens especially in a league where they're trying to increase scoring.
June 19-20, 1999. The Dallas Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres 2 to 1 in Triple Overtime to win the Stanley Cup. Hard to believe it’s been 13 ears since Bret Hull scored the Cup winning goal that shouldn’t have counted. We here in Buffalo will forever call it “No Goal.”
I still think they're going to miss the playoffs because they have just way too much ground to make up in the standings, but the Buffalo Sabres sure are playing well the past couple of weeks. Friday night at First Niagara Center they battled back from down 2-0 to beat the Dallas Stars in a shootout 3 to 2...