The Sabres made their first big move under Kevyn Adams on Wednesday, filling the need for a second-line center by acquiring Eric Staal.
Which players in the Atlantic Division have a good chance to be bought out during the NHL offseason?
The Atlantic Division remains as competitive as ever and roster moves should get interesting with the salary cap remaining flat at $81.5M.
For a very long time, the Buffalo Sabres have needed zero assistance being shut down out from the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Sabres GM Kevyn Adams took a step in the direction with the hiring of Seth Appert as head coach of the AHL Rochester Americans.
Which NHL teams could benefit from the 2020-21 salary cap staying flat?
The classic “Born Under A Bad Sign” has the line “if it wasn’t bad luck, I wouldn’t have no luck at all”. That is applicable when it comes to the Sabres.
Former Sabres general manager Jason Botterill joins a long list of former assistant GM's that couldn't cut it with the big job.
For 24 teams, the NHL return-to-play gives hope to a Stanley Cup championship. For the other seven teams, the offseason questions begin.
The Sabres have fired Botterill and assistants Randy Sexton and Steve Greeley and hiring former NHLer Kevyn Adams as their new GM.
Each of the 31 clubs revealed their nominees for the Bill Masterton Trophy and the Sabres announced that forward Curtis Lazar is their selection.
Losing has been a tradition for the Sabres for some time now. It's time for them to finally change their culture or risk losing more than games.
Another year, another playoff absence for the Sabres who are starting to resemble Rudolph and his inability to participate in any reindeer (playoff) games.
Another year, another playoff free season for Buffalo. The fans and Sabres captain Jack Eichel are fed up with losing year-after-year.
Brought in to change the culture in Buffalo, Jason Botterill has had an up-and-down three-year tenure. Is time running out?