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headerquinn Jack Quinn named AHL Rookie of the Month

Jack Quinn named AHL Rookie of the Month

Today, the AHL announced the opening month's awards. Along with the Player of the Month and Goaltender of the Month, Jack Quinn was named Rookie of the Month. This award comes after Quinn contributed five goals and five assists in six games to start his 2021-22 campaign. In the 15 games Quinn played last season, ...

rosternews Sabres Recall Brett Murray

Sabres Recall Brett Murray

Saturday afternoon before their 4 PM start against the Toronto Marlies, the Sabres recalled forward Brett Murray from Rochester. Murray has yet to record a point in the Amerks' first two games, but the hulking forward has earned a look since the prospects tournament and preseason. Don’t be surprised to find Murray as a ...

camp The 2021-22 Buffalo Sabres Opening Night Roster

The 2021-22 Buffalo Sabres Opening Night Roster

The Buffalo Sabres have set their roster after sending JJ Peterka and Casey Fitzgerald down to Rochester, prior to Monday's 5 P.M. deadline. The following players will hear their name announced when the Sabres host the Montreal Canadiens Thursday October 14 @ 7 P.M. Forwards (14)Defense (7)Goaltenders (2)Jeff SkinnerKyle OkposoVictor OlofssonCasey MittelstadtCody EakinZemgus GirgensonsAnders BjorkTage ...

Sabres Claim Axel Jonsson-Fjallby

Sabres Claim Axel Jonsson-Fjallby

The Buffalo Sabres announced today they claimed Axel Jonsson-Fjallby from the Washington Capitals and more specifically, the Hershey Bears. After being drafted in the fifth round of the 2016 NHL draft, Axel Jonsson-Fjallby spent two and a half years in Sweden playing for Djurgårdens IF of the SHL. During his time in Sweden, he played alongside ...

dahlin Buffalo Sabres Sign Rasmus Dahlin To Extension

Buffalo Sabres Sign Rasmus Dahlin To Extension

Tuesday morning, the Buffalo Sabres announced they've signed former 1st overall pick Rasmus Dahlin to a 3 year, $6 million AAV contract. Dahlin will still be a restricted free agent in 2023-24 when this newly signed contract is up. This move puts the Sabres $3,697,763 million over the cap floor and have no more restricted ...

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