The Buffalo Sabres made a strong impression in Game 1 of the preseason, with the first roster featuring younger players and prospects. Tyson Kozak and Chase Priskie impressed in Game 1, a 4-3 OT win for the Buffalo Sabres over the Washington Capitals.
Preseason tells us a lot, and for the following Buffalo Sabres, they will be facing make-it-or-break-it moments if they don’t improve. Every preseason, we get some hyped up players who for one reason or another, falter when given the opportunity.
The Buffalo Sabres have finished their first week of camp and a few ultra-motivated players have made their presence felt. Training camp remains young, but we have a bit of leeway in what’s been going on at Buffalo Sabres camp.
The Sabres future looks bright, indeed. In case you missed it in The Athletic recently, Corey Pronman did an in-depth ranking of 170 players in the NHL under the age of 23 and there were a number of highly-rated Buffalo Sabres on his list.
The Buffalo Sabres look far better on paper in 2022-23 than they did this time last season, but center remains a major area of concern. Earlier today, I unveiled my projections for what is perhaps the biggest position battle going on at Buffalo Sabres training camp.
Buffalo Sabres left winger Jeff Skinner enjoyed a season of redemption in 2021-22. Will he repeat his success in 2022-23? Many still call the Jeff Skinner signing one of the worst in Buffalo Sabres and NHL history.
Through two days of training camp, the Buffalo Sabres have used many unique line combinations, showing us anything can happen. One of the coolest things about training camp in the NHL and all sports is that after just a few practices, any and all projections can go out the window.
BUFFALO – Since center Tage Thompson signed a surprising seven-year, $50 million extension, general manager Kevyn Adams has often been asked why the Sabres gave such a huge contract to someone who has enjoyed just one standout season.
There are striking similarities between Buffalo Sabres goaltenders Craig Anderson’s and Eric Comrie’s career paths. And it’s why you can’t count out Comrie. It is clear Buffalo Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams knows what he is doing.
2022 first-round draft pick comes with high praise, skill. The Top 25 Under 25 is a collaboration by members of the Die By The Blade community. It was a combination of staff writers and over 600 readers that ranked Buffalo Sabres players under the age of 25 as of August 1, 2022.
Latest episode takes a behind-the-scenes look at Kevyn Adams’ relationship with players. Buffalo Sabres training camp has begun. Prospect tournaments the whole league round are concluding as players return to town for a mercifully-speedy preseason schedule.
The Buffalo Sabres have a plethora of interesting storylines heading into preseason. Here are the top three to keep an eye on. As one of the youngest teams with arguably the NHL’s brightest prospect pool, the Buffalo Sabres will garner far more attention this season than they did in September 2021.
The Buffalo Sabres are looking like future Stanley Cup contenders these days. And the team will keep Kevyn Adams around to see his vision through. Adams signed a multi-year contract extension with the Sabres on Wednesday.
The Buffalo Sabres enter the 2022-23 season with reasons for optimism up front, with youngster Tage Thompson and veteran Jeff Skinner coming off excellent offensive years, and on the blueline with top picks Rasmus Dahlin and Owen Power as potential franchise cornerstones, but the club’s goaltending continues to be an area of uncertainty.
The Buffalo Sabres signed 24-year-old forward Tage Thompson to a seven-year extension worth $50 million on Tuesday. Thompson is coming off a breakout season in 2021-22 following a move to center during training camp.