By Chris The Buffalo Sabres raised some eyebrows on July 1 when they signed Ville Leino, a winger with 30 career regular season goals to a contract worth $27 million over six years. Then the team said they planned to … Continue reading
By Ryan Imagine you want to have some friends over to watch the NHL Draft tonight. You grab some chips and drinks and maybe a few subs from Wegmans for the big event. The emails or text messages are sent … Continue reading
Game 7. Take it.
By Chris Tim Connolly was the Sabres No. 1 center. He led the forwards in ice time, played in even-strength, shorthanded and man-advantage situations and took pivotal faceoffs. He can be frustrating to watch at times, but he’s an important … Continue reading
He’s gonna be ready. — Lindy Ruff
By Chris What “24″ was to presidents, the Philadelphia Flyers are to goaltenders. This post-season, they started with the undrafted rookie, Sergei Bobrovsky. He lost Game One, 1-0, and then gave up three goals in the first period of the … Continue reading
By Chris It’s a little moment like this one that can change the course of a game. Ryan Miller’s glove comes off and the puck is blasted towards the net. Instinct takes over. Mike Grier lays down and the puck … Continue reading
By Chris On Friday, the Sabres clinched a playoff spot. Now they know their first round opponent. It’s an old, familiar foe. There’s a lot of postseason history with the Philadelphia Flyers dating back to the 1975 Stanley Cup Finals. … Continue reading