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Williamsville native Bailey gets first NHL callup, will make debut with Sabres on Thursday

By » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Dan Bylsma said earlier today a callup from Rochester might be in the offing for this weekend and the Sabres made it official Wednesday afternoon by recalling winger Justin Bailey from Rochester. Bailey, the Williamsville native who is the son of former Bills linebacker Carlton Bailey, will be making his NHL debut Thursday in Philadelphia. The 20-year-old was a second-round…

By Mike Harrington » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

With injuries continuing to nip at the Buffalo Sabres’ forward corps, Williamsville native Justin Bailey finally got the call to his hometown team Wednesday afternoon.The 6-foot-3, 210-pound right winger earned his first NHL recall and is expected to... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

When any team – especially one filled with young players – endures a loss as grievous as what the Buffalo Sabres suffered Saturday in Boston, you have to wonder what kind of carryover effect it might have.The gift-wrapped penalty shot goal Brad Marchand scored in overtime was a stunner to the Sabres and had to be tough... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Sabres had a quick practice today in HarborCenter before heading to Philadelphia for Thursday night's game against the Flyers, and three of their regular forwards were missing Jack Eichel was absent from practice for the first time this year due to what coach Dan Bylsma said was a "maintenance day" but Bylsma said... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Look up at the Tampa Bay Lightning, who were in the Stanley Cup final last June. Look up at the Florida Panthers, who have burst to the top of the Atlantic Division thanks to their mix of top draft picks and wily veterans and made the Sabres look quite bad for much of Tuesday night.I’ve got some new advice for Sabres... Read More

By Amy Moritz » Wednesday, February 10, 2016

So about those first 21 minutes where the Buffalo Sabres saw their defense go flat and the Florida Panthers take a 4-0 lead.Well, it’s pretty simple.“I mean that was an embarrassing effort to have at home,” Sabres defenseman Josh Gorges said.... Read More

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Fast-starting Panthers hold off Sabres,... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

For the first time since 2002, two NHL players fought each other three times in the same game. Alex Petrovic would have been wise to stop at one. *** See a PHOTO GALLERY by Harry Scull Jr. here *** Evander Kane sent Petrovic to three straight losses... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

A few gray hairs mingling with the orange is one clear sign that Brian Campbell is getting older. A look at his career numbers provides further evidence. He’s approaching 1,000 games in the NHL, a milestone that seemed out of the realm of possibility back when he was a benched youngster in Buffalo.Once Campbell gets on... Read More

By Amy Moritz » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The point streak ended at four games for the Buffalo Sabres as they dropped a 7-4 decision to the Florida Panthers in First Niagara Center Tuesday night. The Sabres dug themselves a deep hole with poor defense and never could recover. Florida scored three goals in the first period and added a fourth just 22 seconds into... Read More

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The Buffalo Sabres are back home after last week's home-and-home series with Boston -- tonight Buffalo hosts the Florida Panthers (7 p.m., MSG, 550 AM) at First Niagara Center. Follow our team's updates and observations, along with those from other select accounts, below. Tweets from... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

A few gray hairs mingling with the orange is one clear sign that Brian Campbell is getting older. A look at his career numbers provides further evidence. He’s approaching 1,000 games in the NHL, a milestone that seemed out of the realm of possibility back when he was a benched youngster in Buffalo. Once Campbell gets... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

As the Sabres and Panthers prepared Tuesday morning for their impending matchup, two topics came up often in First Niagara Center: injuries and a trade. Buffalo and Florida are both banged up heading into Tuesday night’s game. The Sabres are definitely without forward Zemgus Girgensons, while center Johan Larsson left... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The Sabres’ arena was rocking Monday. The trick is to keep the atmosphere festive Tuesday.The Sabres welcomed 1,000 screaming students to practice in First Niagara Center, and they made the building jump with chants and cheers. It was louder than many... Read More

By John Vogl » Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Robin Lehner caught Dan Bylsma off-guard. The Sabres’ coach was standing on the bench during a stoppage in play when all of a sudden he heard Lehner’s voice.“He’s coming to the bench and cheering the guys on and instructing them,” Bylsma said... Read More

By Amy Moritz » Monday, February 8, 2016

Justin Bailey had perhaps the best week for any of the players in the Buffalo Sabres system. The professional rookie had his first career three-point game on Saturday, notching two goals and one assist in Rochester’s 4-0 win at Binghamton. In that win, Bailey and his linemates Tim Schaller and William Carrier combined... Read More

By John Vogl » Monday, February 8, 2016

In the continuation of a seasonlong trend, the Sabres got one guy back from injury and lost another. Coach Dan Bylsma hopes Marcus Foligno and Zegmus Girgensons are both able to play Tuesday. Foligno, who sat out Saturday’s overtime loss in Boston with a bruised leg, returned to practice Monday and skated alongside... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Sunday, February 7, 2016

With all the postgame talk about the controversial Brad Marchand penalty shot goal that cost the Buffalo Sabres a win Saturday in Boston, it was easy to overlook another milestone on the burgeoning resume of winger Sam Reinhart.The rookie posted the lone... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Sunday, February 7, 2016

BOSTON – It started like any other Friday in Rochester for Dan Catenacci. The Amerks were reviewing video, the session ended and coach Randy Cunneyworth called Catenacci back to the video room to look at more clips. And things initially got harsh.“The coaches called me in and started yelling at me,” Catenacci... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Sunday, February 7, 2016

BOSTON − Sometimes, the video is hard to decipher. And sometimes, it shows an official blowing a call in hard-to-believe fashion in full high definition. Such was the case Saturday night in TD Garden, as Brad Marchand scored on a penalty shot gifted by referee Brad Watson with 2:28 left in overtime to give the Boston... Read More

By Mike Harrington » Saturday, February 6, 2016

BOSTON -- Brad Marchand's controversial penalty shot goal with 2:28 left in overtime gave the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres Saturday night in TD Garden. It was a fast-paced affair featuring plenty of scoring opportunities, with goaltenders Robin Lehner and Tuukka Rask strong throughout. Both teams... Read More

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