Evander Kane surrenders to police for June bar incident

‘Kane’s attorney, Paul Cambria, telling WBEN that the attorney for the owners of Bottom’s Up never called Kane a trespasser or filed a formal complaint against Kane.’

Sabres forward Evander Kane arrested

‘The 24 year-old Kane is charged with four separate counts of non-criminal harassment and one count of criminal trespass, a misdemeanor. He was processed at Central Booking and issued a ticket to appear in Buffalo City Court on August 1st.’

Sabres sign defenseman Erik Burgdoerfer to 1-year deal; Amerks ink goalie John Muse

‘Burgdoerfer mostly played in the ECHL for four seasons before moving up to the AHL in 2014-15. The East Setauket native played collegiately at R.P.I.’

Sabres sign D Burgdoerfer to one-year contract

‘Burgdoerfer scored seven goals and set up 21 others to go along with 121 penalty minutes in 135 career AHL games.’

Sabres sign defenseman Burgdoerfer

‘The 6′ 2″ and 216-pound right-handed shot defenseman was signed by the Bakersfield Condors in the East Coast Hockey League at the end of the 2009-10 season after completing his senior season at R.P.I. In 272 ECHL games, Burgdoerfer posted 22 goals and 75 points in parts of five seasons with the Condors.’

Sabres sign defenseman Burgdoerfer

‘Burgdoerfer (6’2”, 210 lbs., 12/11/1988) spent all of last season with the Hershey Bears (AHL), where he recorded 20 points (6+14) and 59 penalty minutes in 74 games. He also added four points (0+4) and 18 penalty minutes in 21 playoff games for the Bears.’

Friday’s Rochester Coverage

Amerks sign goalie John Muse to AHL contract (Amerks.com)

Pro experience helped Sabres prospect Rasmus Asplund develop

‘“It’s a different type of game when you come up,” Asplund said last week following a session of development camp inside HarborCenter. “They’re 30 years old and have kids. It’s hard in the beginning when you’re 16. You always have been a great player.”’

Concussions in Nelson: A former NHL player flinches at the past

‘Gare is now in the awkward position of representing the NHL team he played over seven seasons for while taking part in a lawsuit against the league. He approves of the league’s progress on concussion awareness and medical treatment, but thinks the game is too fast, the players bigger and stronger, the money too good to walk away from.’

Mississauga Steelhead Alex Nylander signs with Buffalo Sabres

‘If he doesn’t make the Sabres roster right away, he could be assigned to the Rochester Americans, Buffalo’s American Hockey League affiliate. He could also play professionally in Sweden with Rogle BK or return to the Steelheads.’

Sabres dealing with a muddy case in trying to re-sign Girgensons

‘There were some good moments at wing for him last season with Jack Eichel but plenty of nights where the former first-round pick just disappeared. And get this stat: Girgensons didn’t score a single goal at home all season, and had just four of his 18 points in First Niagara Center.’

Sabres re-sign Jason Kasdorf, Dan Catenacci

‘The Winnipeg native, a sixth-round pick by the Jets in 2011, is expected to share time with Linus Ullmark with the Amerks in 2016-17.’

Nylander brothers add to strong rivalry

‘And now the Nylanders, who are as known almost as much for their flowing blond locks as much as their ability to make plays. William is more Leonardo DiCaprio in Titanic. Alex is DiCaprio in The Great Gatsby, but on his way to a mullet.’

Vesey watch

‘The other reason I think some are so wrapped up in Vesey’s decision is that we’re still seeking validation that the Sabres are indeed on the right track. Plenty of fans are bullish on the immediate future for the Sabres. Okposo chose them. There are prime talents on the roster. Vesey choosing to start his career in Buffalo would likely help the team on the ice. It would also boost our collective psyche by providing us with more evidence that things must be on the right track in Buffalo.’

Sabres tank: Where are they now

‘During the tank times, many came through the doors of First Niagara Center, and one way or another, walked back out. Let’s track down some of those names and see where they are now.’