Nazem Kadri and Rasmus Ristolainen dropped gloves in the Sabres’ 5-3 win over the Leafs Monday, but the fight wasn’t as entertaining as the math argument that followed. Here’s the amateur wrestling match:
The official box score from tonight’s Maple Leafs-Sabres game says that this Ryan O’Reilly goal was unassisted, but the tape shows otherwise.
The NHL announced Tuesday that the Sabres and Rangers will play the 2018 NHL Winter Classic at the Mets’ stadium in Queens. Despite the fact that the Sabres reside hundreds of miles away in Buffalo while the Rangers are only a borough away, the Sabres will be the “home team.” The NHL said that the decision to have the…
That’s Doug Whaley, fired as Bills GM this past Sunday, and Tim Murray, fired as Sabres GM 10 days before that, sharing a chat at the bar of a downtown Buffalo restaurant this afternoon. Get some sangria in those two and I bet they’d have strong opinions on Terry Pegula.
This morning, the Buffalo Sabres announced that head coach Dan Bylsma and general manager Tim Murray have been fired. Such a culling at the conclusion of a 33-37-12 season, a regression in the middle of what was supposed to be a rebuild, isn’t the most shocking thing to happen, but the timing of the firings has a lot…
Young Sabres center Jack Eichel missed 21 games with an ankle injury, eventually finishing this season with 24 goals and 33 assists, good for 57 points in 61 games. That’s a 0.934 points per game average, which was 11th in the NHL this season, just behind Leon Draisaitl’s 0.939. As infinitesimal as that 0.005 margin…
Sabres winger Kyle Okposo recently returned to the ice from an injury, but after playing in just two games, he’s since missed the team’s last four games.
Andrew Peters, who had seven points and 650 penalty minutes in six NHL seasons, has been suspended from his youth hockey head coaching duties after he jumped into the mix during a fight involving players Saturday.
The hockey boys were rowdy last night! A few hours after Gustav Nyquist tried to embed his stick in Jared Spurgeon’s facehole, Sabres netminder Robin Lehner and Canucks agitator Alexandre Burrows spent the evening going at each other—with Burrows the clear winner.
Evander Kane scored the overtime winner for the Buffalo Sabres tonight, but he couldn’t avoid tripping a little bit in the process and eating the boards behind the goal.
Sabres winger Evander Kane left this evening’s game against the Canadiens after he fell onto his back then smashed into the boards while chasing after a dumped puck.
The NHL season starts tonight, and it looks like Buffalo will enter it without their franchise player. Jack Eichel suffered an injury to what looked like his left knee or ankle in this morning’s practice and had to be helped off. [Update: Sabres coach Dan Bylsma confirmed it was the ankle.]
Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane grabbed two women’s necks, pulled another woman’s hair, and fought with a bouncer at a Buffalo club called Bottoms Up on June 24, according to sworn statements to police acquired by Buffalo news station WKBW.
Sometimes it feels like the release of each team’s Masterton nominee is timed right for the slow end of the regular season, just before the final few must-win games, to give the writers (who pick the nominees and vote on a winner) something to write and argue about. If so, Buffalo’s PWHA chapter wins for picking the…
Everyone on both teams was trying to downplay Connor McDavid vs. Jack Eichel, the No. 1 pick vs. the No. 2 pick, two potentially generational talents who have so far been every bit as good as advertised. They were lying to themselves, and it only took 22 seconds from puck drop for them to be proved wrong.
Dave Legwand was just trying to get this puck the hell out of his half so he could end his penalty-killing shift, but he messed around and zapped a goal past rookie Blue Jackets keeper Joonas Korpisalo.
It was a busy Sunday for Sabres winger Evander Kane, who scored in Buffalo’s afternoon win over Colorado, then took a private jet to Toronto for the NBA All-Star Game. It was the busy wee hours of Monday morning that might have done him in, though.
Sabres winger Evander Kane and Panthers defenseman Alex Petrovic dropped the gloves three times in Tuesday’s game. The two fought twice in the second period and once in the third.
According to a report from the Buffalo News, Buffalo Sabres winger Evander Kane is under investigation by the Buffalo police for an alleged “sex offense.” There’s not much more firm information than that at the moment. From the report: