Sabres sign Guhle to entry-level contract

‘Guhle (6’1”, 186 lbs., 7/29/1997), the Sabres’ second-round (51st overall) selection in the 2015 NHL Draft, has spent the last two seasons playing for the Prince Albert Raiders of the Western Hockey League.’

Brian Gionta remains a happy camper

‘”If you’re having fun, no matter what drills you’re doing, no matter what game you’re in, what situation, you’re going to be learning and enjoying it and it makes you better,” Gionta said. “If you’re dragging your head and you don’t want to be there, you’re not getting anything out of it. So to me the most important thing is having fun no matter what you’re doing, 2-on-2 on the pond or the championship game with your team, it’s got to be fun.”‘

Zenon Konopka motivated to finish career on own terms following PED suspension

‘Still, Konopka’s motivated to finish on his own terms. He’s too proud to let the May 2014 suspension – he said he took DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), an over-the-counter supplement he bought at CVS – essentially end his career.’

Buffalo Sabres re-sign forward D’Amigo to 1-year contract

‘D’Amigo was acquired by Buffalo in a trade that sent forward Luke Adam to Columbus in December 2014. D’Amigo was called up from the minors in March, and had no points in nine games with the Sabres.’

F D’Amigo gets new deal from Sabres

‘The 24-year-old D’Amigo has appeared in 31 NHL games during his career and has one goal, two assists and two penalty minutes.’

Sabres sign D’Amigo to 2-way contract

‘D’Amigo (5’11”, 208 lbs., 2/19/1991) made his Sabres debut last season, logging nine NHL games in March after begin recalled from the Rochester Americans (AHL). The Binghamton, New York native split the 2014-15 AHL season between the Americans and the Springfield Falcons, logging 26 points (9+17) in 59 AHL games during his fifth professional season.’

Sabres still rebuilding, but there’s potential with Eichel

‘The Sabres have finished last in the NHL the past two seasons. In 2014-15, they had 54 points, 44 fewer than the second wild-card team. It’s difficult to think the Sabres make that much of a standings jump in one season, but they’ve got the potential to be really good within a couple of seasons.’

Kaleta looks to stay in the game

‘It’s not totally shocking that teams haven’t lined up for Kaleta given his reputation in the league office. Buffalo fans see energy, but others see dirty. Add his injuries, and teams are reluctant to sign him. He celebrated his 29th birthday last month. Perhaps general managers fear his body is worn down and not worth the risk.’

Buffalo Sabres re-sign Johan Larsson to 1-year contract

‘Larsson, who turns 23 on Saturday, has an opportunity to become a regular contributor for the rebuilding Sabres this season.’

Sabres re-sign Larsson

‘Since being acquired by the Sabres in April 2013 from the Minnesota Wild, Larsson has totaled six goals and 14 assists in 67 games.’

Sabres sign F Larsson

‘A second-round draft pick by the Minnesota Wild in 2010, Larsson was traded to the Sabres in April 2013. He has 20 points and 31 penalty minutes in 67 career NHL games and 122 points in 164 AHL games.’

Sabres sign Larsson to 1-year deal

‘In 2014-15, Larsson (5’11”, 206 lbs., 7/25/1992) appeared in a career-high 39 NHL games and recorded 16 points (6+10) as a member of the Sabres. The Lau, Sweden native also played 44 games for the Rochester Americans (AHL), where he led all skaters in points per game by totaling 40 points (15+25) to go along with a team-best plus-12 rating.’

Swedish report: Larsson signs one-year deal with Sabres

‘Larsson didn’t see eye-to-eye with former coach Ted Nolan, publicly complaining about being put on the fourth line in Buffalo when he was returned to Rochester in January. That certainly didn’t sit well with Nolan, who essentially told Larsson to put his play where his mouth was and the 22-year-old did just that upon returning to the NHL a month later, posting 14 points over his final 19 games.’

Schaller, Leduc, Lieuwen sign qualifying offers

‘The Buffalo Sabres today announced forward Tim Schaller, defenseman Jerome Leduc and goaltender Nathan Lieuwen have signed their qualifying offers for the 2015-16 season.’

Issues of character weighed on sliding scale

‘Such inquiries could be directed toward Kim and Terry Pegula because they own both franchises, but that wouldn’t necessarily be fair. Yes, they signed off on contracts when Kromer and O’Reilly came aboard. But they leave personnel decisions to others in charge in their respective organizations. They should demand answers from others, starting with Ryan and Murray.’