The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed leading scorer Jeff Skinner to an eight year, $72 million contract in addressing one their most pressing off-season needs.
Ralph Krueger has officially been named the new coach of the Buffalo Sabres as the franchise seeks to return to the playoffs after an eight-year absence.
You don’t know Jack – or do you? Find out playing Two Truths and a Lie with Jack Eichel!
Buffalo Sabres defenceman Lawrence Pilut will miss the start of next season after having surgery to address a shoulder injury.
Jeff Skinner and Josh Morrissey are happy to dole out A-pluses during Teacher Appreciation Week.
The Buffalo Sabres have signed undrafted prospect forward Arttu Ruotsalainen to a three-year entry level contract.
A smile came across the face of Tage Thompson when the New York Islanders swept the Pittsburgh Penguins in their opening-round series of the Stanley Cup playoffs last week.
Buffalo Sabres defenceman Jake McCabe is expected to miss the remainder of the season with what the team calls an upper body injury.
The Ducks acquired defenceman Brendan Guhle, a promising play-making prospect, and a 2019 first-round draft pick in a deal struck a day before the NHL's trade deadline.
Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo tells The Associated Press he's feeling good while recovering from his third concussion in less than three years.
The Buffalo Sabres have placed forward Kyle Okposo on injured reserve and demoted defenceman Lawrence Pilut to the minors.
He played soccer up until Grade 7, but it was later in life when Sam Reinhart really got a kick out of the sport.
The Buffalo Sabres have placed under-performing forward Remi Elie on waivers, and the Toronto Maple Leafs pared their defensive depth by waiving Martin Marincin.
The defenceman skated in 783 regular-season NHL games.
Agent Eichel certainly has a ring to it, but we're happy a career in hockey has turned out for the Buffalo Sabres captain.
For Zemgus Girgensons, it really is the most wonderful time of the year.
The Buffalo Sabres have placed suspended forward Patrik Berglund on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract.
The year was 2002, the host was Brett Lindros, and the player was "JovoCop".
Before he settled on hockey as his No. 1 sport, the 23-year-old was holding court as a hard-hitting lefty that netted his share of tennis hardware.
There was a point in time when Jake McCabe would find himself on the receiving end of mini stick hockey’s version of a game misconduct.