What more can you say. This year's edition of the Buffalo Sabres is simply a bad hockey team. Is it goaltending? Is it coaching? Is it defense? Lack of scoring certainly is a huge problem. There's a new general manager in place. A new coach in place, but it's the same old Sabres - they're just a bad hockey team. Sure, it's early in the season, but they've played five games already and lost
Death, taxes and a 2-0 loss for the Buffalo Sabres in Los Angeles. There are things that are certain in life and it seems that the Buffalo Sabres inability to score goals in Los Angeles against the Kings are a given.
The Buffalo Sabres appeared to be in a coma for most of the first half of Tuesday night's game at Key Bank Center. Give the Los Angeles Kings credit for smothering the Sabres and not allowing them to get anything done offensively, but after the Kings took a 2-0 lead Ryan O'Reilly led the comeback charge with a great individual effort to finally put the Sabres on the board. From there the floodga
The Buffalo Sabres closed out a three-game western road trip with a 2-0 loss against the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night. The Sabres played well enough defensively and got good enough goaltending from Robin Lehner to win, but just couldn't generate enough offensively against a tough Kings team.
Check off the Los Angeles Kings from the list – the list of teams that have never won the Stanley Cup. And what’s amazing is that the Kings were the 8th seed in the Western Conference – the last team to make the playoffs in the West. So congratulations to a team and their fans who went 45 years before winning the NHL’s top prize. Just goes to show it can be done.