Alexis Lafreniere was supposed to walk on stage Friday night in Montreal as the top pick in the NHL draft.
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BUFFALO — Kim Pegula is staying on as Buffalo Sabres president with a continued focus on making the small-market franchise economically sustainable, while in the face of criticism the team has…
BUFFALO — Sabres captain Jack Eichel kept his frustrations in check for the first 14 minutes of an end-of-season interview session with Buffalo-area reporters Thursday.
BUFFALO — Jason Botterill is very much aware of the criticism he's attracted overseeing a Buffalo Sabres team that extended its playoff drought to nine years by failing to even qualify for the…
BUFFALO — Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill has ownership’s backing to return for a fourth season despite overseeing a team that will miss the playoffs for a ninth consecutive yea…
Chris Bandura, the Buffalo Sabres’ vice president of media relations, was one of 21 employees Pegula Sports and Entertainment dismissed Tuesday.
OLEAN — It was supposed to be a discussion of a new book, followed by signings from its author.
BUFFALO — After the Sabres fired Phil Housley on April 7, he wasn’t sure if he wanted to coach again.
BUFFALO (AP) — The parent company that owns the NFL's Buffalo Bills and NHL's Sabres is experiencing a major shake-up following the departures of three top executives.
BUFFALO (AP) — Having already missed 14 games with a shoulder injury, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews wasn't going to let a little fatigue prevent him from jumping into the play fo…
BUFFALO (AP) — Jeff Skinner's second effort extended the NHL's longest win streak.
BELFAST — For as excitable as he gets calling fights on the radio and television for the Buffalo Sabres, Rick Jeanneret says he has no experience trading punches himself.
For as long as Rick Jeanneret has called Buffalo Sabres games — since their second season, in 1971-72 — the play-by-play announcer endeared himself to fans with his enthusiasm and wit.
The Sabres are moving on from Robin Lehner after the goalie failed to establish himself as a starter during three seasons, capped by Buffalo's last-place finish this past year.