The layoffs will leave the team with about half of its normal 150 full-time staff. Anticipating a potential dispute, the Sabres have cut dozens of jobs through attrition since last spring.
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'Peters played nine games for Bodens, collecting a goal and four points while racking up 101 minutes in penalties. Surprisingly, Peters said he didn’t get into one fight — the excessive minutes spent in the box were from misconducts.'
'The Sabres were supposed to be preparing to play the Tampa Bay Lightning in Rochester, but managing partner Larry Quinn called an 11 a.m. meeting in HSBC Arena to inform employees of the decision to terminate around 25 people.'
'Everybody will work through November and all will receive severance packages if the NHL lockout is still not solved.'