'Would the Sabres get involved with a forward that will cost you solid money but not top-tier megabucks like Ryan Strome or Andrew Copp of the Rangers, Colorado's Andre Burakovsky or Carolina's Vincent Trocheck?' … [Read more...] about Inside the NHL: Big names will fetch big prices when free agency opens
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'While many Buffalo Bills fans reside in Western New York, there are many fans who travel to Orchard Park once or twice per year to catch a game. Fans traveling in for a Bills game who also support the Sabres will have a few opportunities to get the most bang for their buck in the 2022-2023 season.' … [Read more...] about How many Buffalo Bills & Buffalo Sabres weekends are there in 2022-2023?
'“As it played out this morning, that we got to pick 41, we felt strongly that this was the time to make it. I really feel that there’s a huge upside, he’s a big kid that really shows signs of being a high level goaltender, but it’s going to take time to develop.”' … [Read more...] about Not many were expecting the Sabres to take a goalie as high as the second round on Friday
'I asked Adams if taking Leinonen was any indication that they could be losing Portillo to free agency. “No, it’s just the goaltending position, and you want to make sure that you have a pipeline, you have flexibility and options moving forward, and when you’re drafting young goaltenders, there’s a long path. It’s good to have options and you want to have depth in net,” Adams … [Read more...] about Hamilton Take2: Sabres stay patient, stick with talent in NHL draft