Dahlin is just the 15th ever defenseman to be picked in the draft’s top spot.
by: Flip Livingstone — The Score 19h
The Buffalo Sabres selected phenom blue-liner Rasmus Dahlin with the first overall pick of the 2018 NHL Draft on Friday in Dallas.Rasmus DahlinPosition: DefenseHeight: 6-foot-3Weight: 185 lbsAge: 18Club: Frolunda HC (SHL)Nationality: Swedish GP G A P 41..
NHL Draft 2018: Buffalo Sabres select Rasmus Dahlin from Sweden with first overall pick - CBSSports.com
by: Kevin Skiver — CBS Sports 19h
Dahlin is the best defensive prospect the NHL has seen in years, and could be an early contributor
by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 21h
After three seasons with the Buffalo Sabres, Lehner will not be brought back for a fourth. General manager Jason Botterill announced Friday that the team will not extend Lehner a one-year qualifying offer, making the eight-year veteran a free agent July 1
by: Sean Leahy — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 22 Jun
“You watch him on the ice and you’re very impressed with his hockey sense, his speed, his puck skills.”
by: The Associated Press — CBC Sports 22 Jun
Goalie Robin Lehner will become an unrestricted free agent after Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill says the team will not extend a qualifying offer to retain the rights of their third-year starter.
by: Sean McIndoe — Vice Sports 22 Jun
So many of us want to make fun of the NHL, and the awards show always delivers. Stop complaining—you get to complain!
by: Paul Taylor — Fansided: Tip of the Tower 22 Jun
A report suggests the Buffalo Sabres won't make a qualifying offer to Robin Lehner, which would mean the end of his tumultuous tenure in Western New York. ...
by: Derek.Kramer — WGR 550 22 Jun
It appears as though the Robin Lehner era in Buffalo is about to come to an end.TSN's Bob McKenzie reports that the Buffalo Sabres are going to let the 26-year-old goaltender head to free agency and not qualify an offer to hold on to his rights.
by: Martin Rogers — Democrat & Chronicle 22 Jun
Lionel Messi didn’t openly weep before he left the field in Nizhny Novgorod after Argentina lost to Croatia 3-0 in their World Cup group game, but he surely must have felt like it.
by: Jack Goods — Buffalo News 22 Jun
Want a signed, game-worn jersey of the Sabres' presumptive first-overall pick? It will cost you. The Frolunda Indians, Rasmus Dahlin's Sw...
by: Matt Zakrzewski — SB Nation: Die By The Blade 22 Jun
Would a larger quantity based package of draft picks, top prospects, and key role players from the Habs work for the Sabres?
by: @nhl — NHL: Buffalo Sabres 21 Jun
Director of Amateur Scouting Ryan Jankowski talks with Brian Duff in Dallas about the Sabres' scouting process ahead of Round 1