Despite being shut out in three of four games played this season, the Coyotes are a top-five team in the NHL in both shots for and shots against.
by: Richard Morin, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 14 Oct
The Coyotes can get all the shots on goal they want. At the end of the day, the fact remains that they simply aren’t scoring enough.
by: Mike Harrington — Buffalo News 14 Oct
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Some major firsts got the Buffalo Sabres off a to good start on their longest Western road trip since 2010 Saturday ni...
HockeyBuzz.com - Michael Pachla - Line juggling to kick off a five-game western road trip for Sabres
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 13 Oct
The Boston Bruins put the hammerlock on Buffalo in the first game of the season with a 4-0 shutout while the Colorado Avalanche laid a 6-1 whoopin' on them two days ago.
by: Rachel Lenzi — Buffalo News 12 Oct
Casey Mittelstadt and Jeff Skinner skated on a line with Kyle Okposo in the Buffalo Sabres’ morning skate Friday at KeyBank Center, a mov...
by: Robert Berger — Fansided: Sabre Noise 11 Oct
The Buffalo Sabres wrap up their season opening four game homestand as they welcome the Colorado Avalanche. Winning 2 of the first 3 games is not a bad spo...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 11 Oct
Can the Sabres make it three in a row? The Buffalo Sabres accomplished that in their second game of the season after dropping their season opener 4-0 at home. They're now 2-1.
by: Rachel Lenzi — Buffalo News 10 Oct
A few familiar faces were on the ice for the Sabres Wednesday morning during practice at HarborCenter. Defenseman Zach Bogosian and cente...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 9 Oct
What a strange feeling after a winning weekend. Which is a good thing. It also featured a solid transition game and team defense which made watching the game fun for a change.
by: Frank Curto — Elite Sports NY 9 Oct
Everyone understood the New York Rangers were a young rebuilding team, but the learning curve the team is experiencing early in this season represents a tough reality.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 9 Oct
On Monday afternoon, it was the Sabres who took it wire to wire 4-2. Is it time for Vegas to worry? Rarely is just one player to blame for a goal against. So what happened here?
by: News Engin — Las Vegas Review-Journal 9 Oct
The Golden Knights allowed three goals on five shots in the second period Monday and lost to the Buffalo Sabres 4-2 in front of an announced crowd of 16,004 at KeyBank Center.
by: Lee Drinkwater — SB Nation: Die By The Blade 8 Oct
With the win, the Sabres are above .500 for the first time since January 24th, 2013.
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