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Hudson Hockey 4/13/2011

4_12_11 SEG 1 compressd Hudson Hockey is John Pedersen, Bret Leuthner, Karen Vankat, and James Flippin. Talking NHL Playoffs breaking down East & West matchups, Review bad NCAA Frozen Four predictions, and a surprise quizz! Listen in. Continue reading "Hudson Hockey 4/13/2011" »

Sabres finish year strong

The Buffalo Sabres ended the regular season on a good night last night by defeating the Columbus Bluejackets 5-4. They finish the season at seventh in the Eastern Conference and will play a best-of-seven series against Philadelphia in the first round. The Sabres should feel good about how they finished... Continue reading "Sabres finish year strong" »

Sabres are in the playoffs

The Buffalo Sabres clinched a playoff spot in dramatic fashion Friday night by beating the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 in overtime. The Sabres currently sit in seventh place in the Eastern Conference with 94 points. Montreal also has 94 points but has the Sabres beat in the tiebreaker: regulation or overtime... Continue reading "Sabres are in the playoffs" »

Down to the Wire For the Sabres..With a Goalie Dilemna

The Buffalo Sabres have done an admirable job to climb back into the National Hockey League playoff picture, but they still have a little bit of work to do..and a critical decision to make. The Sabres were an afterthought to much of Buffalo in mid-November, with the team contending for... Continue reading "Down to the Wire For the Sabres..With a Goalie Dilemna" »

Sabres move closer to playoff berth

What an up-and-down weekend for the Buffalo Sabres. After Friday's discouraging 5-4 overtime loss to the Washington Capitals, the Sabres played a tough game against the Carolina Hurricanes today picking up the 2-1 win in overtime. The most important outcome of this mini-road trip for the Sabres was that they... Continue reading "Sabres move closer to playoff berth" »

Ryan Miler is "day-to-day"

Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller sat out practice today and is listed as "day-to-day" with an unidentified upper body injury. He was hit with a slapshot in what looked to be the shoulder or maybe collarbone-area in last Tuesday's game against Toronto. With Miller temporarily absent, it seems rookie goalie... Continue reading "Ryan Miler is "day-to-day"" »

Vanek deserves respect

I have seen plenty of hate from media and fans alike for Thomas Vanek. He doesn't hustle, he doesn't try, he's overpaid, he doesn't score enough, he's not physical, he doesn't play defense, we could've kept Drury and Briere but instead we got him. Well I'm here to defend the... Continue reading "Vanek deserves respect" »

Sabres are playing mistake-free hockey

The Sabres beat the New Jersey Devils at home tonight 2-0. That makes three wins in a row as they try to cement their position in the Eastern Conference playoffs. But here's the impressive part about this three game streak: two of the games have been shutouts. Yes Ryan Miller... Continue reading "Sabres are playing mistake-free hockey" »

What the Sabres need to do to make the playoffs

Win five games. There are nine games left in the NHL season, and the way I see it they have to win at least five more (or get ten points) to secure their spot. Right now the Sabres sit somewhat comftorably in eight place in the East, with three points... Continue reading "What the Sabres need to do to make the playoffs" »

Sabres win in OT... again

This Buffalo Sabres team has been doing the improbable by going 4-1-1 in their last six to climb into seventh place in the East conference, and all on the road. Instead of continuing to play .500 hockey and cling onto the hope of sneaking into the playoffs in the last... Continue reading "Sabres win in OT... again" »

Hitting the Panic Button

Every team in the NHL experiences ups and downs over the course of an 82 game season, some with higher ceilings and others that are bottom feeders. The contenders, pretenders, and the ones that are just out of it half way through or even from the get-go it seems. When... Continue reading "Hitting the Panic Button" »

Sabres beat #1 Flyers, playoff race in East tightens

Big win for the Buffalo Sabres toady against the Philadelphia Flyers. They won 5-3 in the Wells Fargo Center on the second stop on their season-long seven game road trip. Philadelphia, who sits atop the East Conference with 86 points, looked to have the Sabres outmatched in a dominant first... Continue reading "Sabres beat #1 Flyers, playoff race in East tightens" »

Boyes scores, Sabres beat Rangers

Brad Boyes made his Buffalo Sabres debut tonight wearing number 22. He jumped right in and was given almost 15 minutes of ice time and scored a goal on the power play in the second period. The goal was set up nicely by Paul Gaustad, but Boyes was in the... Continue reading "Boyes scores, Sabres beat Rangers" »

Brad Boyes is a Buffalo Sabre

Last night, the Buffalo Sabres traded a second round pick for St. Louis Blues right-winger Brad Boyes. Boyes may not be one of the top goal scorers in the league, but he plays at a high level and should be an asset to this team as they try and get... Continue reading "Brad Boyes is a Buffalo Sabre" »

Sabres Trade Rumors: Stastny or Richards?

I looks like the Sabres and new owner Terry Pegula may have their sights set on a couple of world-class centers. Dallas' Brad Richards and Colorado's Paul Stastny could be in the mix. Here's the rumors courtesy of The Ottawa Sun. The trade deadline is tomorrow at 3 p.m., so... Continue reading "Sabres Trade Rumors: Stastny or Richards?" » Video Corner

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