Time to take another run at putting together the Sabres roster, post draft lottery edition
by: N/A — The Fourth Period 30 Jun
TFP’s David Pagnotta examines Buffalo’s lineup and maps out a plan for the Sabres going into the 2020-21 season.
by: N/A — The Fourth Period 27 Jun
TFP Editor-in-Chief David Pagnotta recaps the first phase of the 2020 NHL Draft Lottery and presents his mock draft for the first 8 picks.
by: Dan Shulman — SB Nation: Stanley Cup of Chowder 23 Jun
The goaltender showed signs of improvement throughout his time with Maine and is poised to do so at the pro level.
by: Lance Lysowski — Buffalo News 18 Jun
The few people remaining inside the Buffalo Sabres' hockey operations department will work with new General Manager Kevyn Adams to prepar...
by: Mike Johnston — Sportsnet 17 Jun
Jason Botterill wasn't fired because of complacency. In fact, he made a number of notable moves during his three years as the team's general manager.
by: Matt Larkin, The Hockey News — Sports Illustrated 17 Jun
Buffalo's playoff drought reached a league-high nine seasons, so GM Jason Botterill go the axe. But hiring an inexperienced replacement may not be the best solution.
On another dark day for Sabres, Terry and Kim Pegula don’t offer a lot of real answers – The Buffalo News
by: Mike Harrington — Buffalo News 17 Jun
As it turned out, Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula raised more questions than they answered.
by: Matt Larkin — The Hockey News 16 Jun
As Buffalo's playoff drought reached a league-high nine seasons, the axe had to fall on the GM. But hiring an inexperienced replacement suggests ownership will have a heavy influence on hockey decisions going forward, which may be a problem.
by: Chris Bengel Jun 16, 2020 at 11:34 am ET2 min read — CBS Sports 16 Jun
The Sabres had announced that Botterill would remain as the team's general manager last month
by: Sportsnet Staff — Sportsnet 15 Jun
The Buffalo Sabres have signed defenceman Oskari Laaksonen to a three-year, entry-level contract, the team announced Monday.
by: Brayton.Wilson — WGR 550 15 Jun
The Buffalo Sabres have signed defenseman Oskari Laaksonen to his three-year entry-level contract after being drafted in the third round (89th overall) in the 2017 NHL Draft.
by: Mike Harrington — Buffalo News 15 Jun
The Mystery Draft Pick is under contract with the Buffalo Sabres. Oskari Laaksonen, the Finnish defenseman taken in the third round of th...