Tag Archives: Sabres

HARD HITS: Make Hockey Great Again

Okay. Before you stop and cringe at the cheesy title, let me just point out that it was the easiest thing I could come up with. Basically, the first thing that entered my mind, I used. Why do we need … Continue reading

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Game #57: Georgiev wins his third straight decision as Rangers finally get secondary scoring in 6-2 win over Sabres

Can we call this a “shorthanded goal?” #NYR pic.twitter.com/bad1AxiC6A — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) February 16, 2019 A picture is worth a thousand words. Can the Rangers freeze frame the goal above that Pavel Buchnevich set up Jimmy Vesey on … Continue reading

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Tis The Season: Christmas brings the World Junior Championship

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas you filthy animal! That part in Home Alone is epic. Whatever you celebrate, tis the season. Falalalalalala LaFontaine! Speaking of which, legendary Buffalo Sabres broadcaster Rick Jeanneret is doing okay following a scare during the … Continue reading

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Pominville pays back Sabres for honoring him in 9-2 rout of familiar rival

When Buffalo general manager Jason Botterill took over the Sabres in the summer of 2017, one of his first moves was reacquiring Jason Pominville as part of a four player trade that included two draft picks with Minnesota on June … Continue reading

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The best New York team plays in Buffalo

There isn’t much excitement in the New York area for sports this winter. You have to look much further to find a compelling team worth following. Continue reading

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A Review of Game 2: At least the Rangers didn’t get shutout by Hutton

Ever since Carter Hutton played for St. Louis, he’s had our number. Originally a Nashville backup goalie before posting a NHL best .931 save percentage with the Blues last season, now he’s the starter in Buffalo. After a bad start … Continue reading

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Rangers take calculated risk on new long-term contract with Brady Skjei

In what’s been a quiet summer, the Rangers took care of some business earlier today by re-signing defenseman Brady Skjei to a six year contract worth an average of $5.25 million per season. They decided to skip bridging him by … Continue reading

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Islanders bring back Matt Martin, sign Lehner

The Islanders are moving on from the devastation of John Tavares leaving for the Maple Leafs. They’re doing it in odd fashion, by loading up on third and fourth liners. After agreeing to a four-year deal with former Leaf Leo … Continue reading

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Stastny agrees to sign with Vegas, clarification on O’Reilly

It’s officially Canada Day. Happy Canada Day to all those who celebrate up north. The July 1 frenzy doesn’t officially get started until high noon. However, that doesn’t mean teams haven’t reached agreements with players. The biggest name today is … Continue reading

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Flyers bring back JVR, Tavares still silent as Canada Day hits

The biggest news still hasn’t come yet. It looks like John Tavares will not be accepting the Islanders’ eight-year max contract offer. Midnight is about to hit and still nothing on his decision. Maybe it’s gonna be a wait for … Continue reading

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