Holding the Fort: Surving Until Buffalo Sabres Injuries Heal

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via Last Word on Hockey, by  Chris Lizza The Buffalo Sabres have gotten off to a rough start in 2016-17 due to some key injuries. Many hockey experts picked the Sabres to return to the playoffs this season. However, these early season injuries could greatly impact Buffalo’s chances for post-season play. It’s a critical time for […] READ MORE



We’ll Miss You, Team North America

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From Last Word On Hockey – By Matthew Sanzo They provided just what the game needs – entertainment. Team North America, the young guns that are the future of the NHL and the darlings of the World Cup of Hockey 2016, will be missed so dearly. Prior to the tournament, many fans of the game were skeptical of the format. […] READ MORE



Sabres Remain in the Hunt for Jimmy Vesey

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The Jimmy Vesey saga is nearing its long-awaited end. For months now the Harvard graduate has been in the news as speculation of his potential landing spot has grown. The Buffalo Sabres entered the mix back on June 20th when they traded for Vesey’s rights from the Nashville Predators in exchange for a 2016 third […] READ MORE


The All-Time Best Buffalo Sabres Free Agent Signing

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Welcome to LWOS Hockey’s summer series. After the historic 2016 NHL Free Agency period, it’s a good time to look at the best free agent signing in the history of all 30 NHL franchises. Up next: The all-time best Buffalo Sabres free agent signing. The Sabres have not been an ideal landing spot for free […] READ MORE


Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres Look to Revitalize Rivalry

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The Buffalo Sabres always seem to get lost as a rival for the Toronto Maple Leafs. This is true even though they are in a closer proximity than Montreal; who is considered to be the number one rival for most Maple Leaf fans. Buffalo doesn’t have the sexiness of the Canadiens, recent playoff history like the […] READ MORE


Predictions for the 2015-16 Calder Trophy

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The 2015-16 NHL season is coming to a close and what better way to cap off the year by taking a look at the front runners for the NHL Award winners? The Awards ceremony, held in Las Vegas, does not take place until after the Stanley Cup has been hoisted, but there is no harm in getting our predictions in now. For a look back on yesterday's article on the GM of the Year, click here. The Calder Memorial Trophy is an annual award given to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League. READ MORE


Stanley Cup Playoffs: All-American Style

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For the first time in almost five decades, not one Canadian franchise will compete in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Sucks to be Canadian right now… Or does it? Sure, it’s a kick right square in the pride for Canadians to see an American-only playoffs, but that’s a heck of a lot different than a World […] READ MORE