Archive | July, 2015

Why the Sabres Will Make the Playoffs in 15-16

When comparing this year’s roster to last, it’s like suddenly gaining access to high-speed internet after many, many years of rifling through the old man’s questionable collection of nudie mags. We’re going from having Torrey Mitchell and Steve Ott accenting the first line to players like Zemgus Girgensons and Samson Reinhart likely playing on the […]

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Don’t Blow it, Brandon…

“There’s a reason the windshield is a lot bigger than the mirror. It doesn’t do a lot of good to look back.” This quote was delivered by Buffalo Bills, and now Buffalo Sabres President, Russ Brandon. The quote comes from a Buffalo News blog post written in March of 2015. It’s not the first, and […]

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Beauts Add Blueline Leadership

The Buffalo Beauts have solidified two of the nation’s top blueliners, the team announced on Monday, July 13th. Beauts GM Linda Mroz has signed former RIT captain Lindsay Grigg and Maine University captain Kelly MacDonald to contracts for the upcoming season, set to kick off here in Buffalo on October 11th. Grigg is known for […]

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Beauts Add to Winning Pedigree

            Above: Devon Skeats (left) and Erin Zach (right) sign their player contracts.  Photo from Buffalo Beauts GM Linda Mroz is on a roll! In just over a week, the Beauts have signed three players – last week’s signing of goaltender Brianne McLaughlin and announced today, former RIT Tiger, […]

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Buffalo Boys Represent Team USA!

The days surrounding the NHL Draft were some of the most exciting in recent history for Buffalo sports fans. The impending pick of Jack Eichel notwithstanding, GM Tim Murray was hard at work to secure top-level players to fill out our roster and insure success sooner rather than later. While Buffalo was deeply enraptured by […]

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Beauts Ink Olympic Netminder

The first day of free agency for the NHL has come and gone, and the Buffalo Sabres laid low, as expected. The needs that had to be addressed weren’t going to come from the handful of mediocre talent that was available as of July 1st, and so Tim Murray went to work signing Jack Eichel, […]

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