Sabres fall to Philly, 4-1
Tyler Myers gave Buffalo a 1-0 lead after the first period, but from there it was all Philadelphia. Ryan Miller made 42 saves, but the hapless Sabres fell 4-1, dropping to 5-18-1 on the season.
Sabres no match for St. Louis, fall 4-1
The Buffalo Sabres had a glimmer of hope 10 seconds into Tuesday's matchup with St. Louis, as Tyler Ennis scored for Buffalo just 10 seconds into the game. From there, though, it was all St. Louis. The Blues cruised to a 4-1 victory.
Johnson wins 6th NASCAR championship
Back on top with only two NASCAR greats left to catch, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth championship in eight years Sunday and staked his claim as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history.
Bills click on all cylinders in win over Jets
For Bills safety Jairus Byrd, there was nothing like the sight of watching Jets backup quarterback Matt Simms trot out on the field early in the fourth quarter Sunday.
Barker field hockey falls to Cazenovia in state semifinals
Barker field hockey hung tough against perennial state power Cazenovia in Saturday afternoon's Class C semifinal, but just couldn't generate enough offense to come up with the winning goal. Cazenovia's Ashley Kent scored with six minutes remaining in the second overtime period, and the Lady Lakers won 1-0.
Sabres respond with big victory
Steve Ott had a goal and an assist, and the Sabres beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 on Friday night in coach Ted Nolan's first game in 16 years behind the Buffalo bench.
Sobieraski signs on for UB
“It’s not what you accomplish on the field, it’s how you accomplished it.”
Sabres finally fire coach, GM
The Sabres fired coach Ron Rolston and GM Darcy Regier on Wednesday, then replace them with former Buffalo coach Ted Nolan and Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine.
Sabres announce overhaul of changes
Sabres owner Terry Pegula announced sweeping changes to the organization on Wednesday morning. General manager Darcy Regier and coach Ron Rolston have been relieved of their duties, while Pat LaFontaine has been announced as president of hockey operations. Ted Nolan has been named interim head coach.
Lockport in ‘Catch 22’
Bills players Fred Jackson and Aaron Williams took the time to pose for pictures and sign Bills memorabilia for eager Lockport fans.
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