Buffalo Sabres

One of hockey’s greatest general managers, Lou Lamoriello, always preaches patience when it comes to prospects.  Pushing young talent into the “bigs” before they’re ready can often be more of a hindrance than a help to a player’s development. See: Bryan McCabe and a host of others, like the Buffalo Sabres’ Curtis Lazar. Curtis Lazar could
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In this edition of Sabres News & Rumors, I’ll discuss some major successes from this week involving three Buffalo prospects playing overseas; John-Jason Peterka, Arttu Ruotsalainen and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen. Peterka Averaging Four Points Per Game in Previous Two Contests Drafted 34th overall by the Sabres in this year’s NHL Entry Draft, Peterka recorded five assists
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We’ve already taken a look at the Buffalo Sabres’ worst contracts for the 2020-21 season. While there are some rough deals on the books in Buffalo, there are also several team-friendly contracts to help even things out. You’ll notice a theme with the best contracts on the Sabres’ roster: all but one of them are
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It’s usually forwards who get most of the attention among the NHL’s young stars, but at the league is currently seeing a number of young defensemen making their mark as the standard-bearers of the next generation of superstars. Colorado Avalanche’s Cale Makar and Vancouver Canucks’ Quinn Hughes just had a hugely entertaining season-long battle for
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