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Sabres' Kyle Okposo diagnosed with another concussion
BUFFALO, N.Y. — BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo has sustained his third concussion in less than three years. The team announced the diagnosis on its Twitter account Tuesday, a day after Okposo was sent home for follow-up medical tests. The 30-year-old Okposo was hurt Friday,
Sabres announce Kyle Okposo has another concussion
SUNRISE, Fla. – The Buffalo Sabres issued an update on Kyle Okposo's condition Tuesday morning and the news is not good. The veteran winger has been diagnosed with a concussion in the wake of his fight Friday night with New York Rangers defenseman Anthony DeAngelo, at least the third one Okposo has
What Terry Pegula said when he bought Sabres eight years ago today
Monday marks the eight-year anniversary of Terry Pegula's purchase of the Buffalo Sabres. The NHL approved the sale Feb. 18, 2011, and Pegula and the Sabres had a news conference Feb. 22.
Alan May: How the Caps can exploit Toronto, Buffalo
The Capitals are 2-2 so far through this six-game road trip, with stops in Toronto and Buffalo next, on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. With two days off, one for travel, the Caps should be in the right frame of mind heading into Toronto, Alan May told The Junkies during The Morning Skate, pres
5 players the Sabres should target
The 2019 NHL Trade Deadline is fast approaching, with the February 25th cut-off date just a week from today. As usual, the looming pressure of the Deadline has stirred plenty of rumors around the league, prompting some General Managers to pull the trigger on a couple of trades to date, and even more
Live coverage: Buffalo Sabres vs. Florida Panthers
The Florida Panthers host the Buffalo Sabres at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the BB&T Center. Here are five things to know about the game. Follow along with the action on the ice through reports from our team and select media accounts:
Cory Schneider wins again as Devils down Sabres | Rapid reaction
Cory Schneider got his win. Now he has a winning streak. After ending his personal 21-game regular-season losing streak on Friday, Schneider stopped 34 of the 35 shots he faced in a 4-1 Devils win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday at Prudential Center in Newark.
Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Lacing them up against Panthers
Bogosian (undisclosed) is playing versus the Panthers on Tuesday, Mike Harrington of TBN Sports reports. Getting both Bogosian and Rasmus Ristolainen will bode well for the Sabres, keeping them from having to replace over 40 minutes of ice time. Unlike his Finnish counterpart, though, Bogosian is no
Sabres fall another spot in the standings, lose 4-1 to the Devils
The Buffalo Sabres continue to slide down the Eastern Conference standings, the latest blow in the form of a 4-1 loss at the hands of the New Jersey Devils. In addition to the Sabres' loss, a win by the Philadelphia Flyers caused the Sabres to fall to 11th in the conference.
Sabres' Kyle Okposo diagnosed with another concussion after fight, medical evaluations
Four days after a punch to the face knocked him out of the Buffalo Sabres' game against the New York Rangers, veteran forward Kyle Okposo has been diagnosed with another concussion, the Sabres announced Tuesday.
Sabres send Kyle Okposo home for medical evaluation
SUNRISE, Fla. -- That one-punch knockdown of Kyle Okposo Friday night in KeyBank Center is now officially a major concern for the Buffalo Sabres. The veteran winger has left the club to return home and get further medical analysis after taking the shot to the chin from New York Rangers defenseman An
Rangers’ Tony DeAngelo just learned the scary impact of this punch
RALEIGH, N.C. — This is the brutal irony of the situation, a product of the structure the NHL has set up. Of course Tony DeAngelo didn’t want to seriously injure Kyle Okposo, but under league rules, he was allowed to punch him in the face. And that punch on Friday night in Buffalo, the one shot thro
A Sabres season, a Senate setback and longing by long-distance: At home with the Housleys
Phil Housley, who is more than halfway through his second season as the Buffalo Sabres’ head coach, is leaning back on the sand-colored couch inside his Lake Erie condominium. He is talking about the tribulations (10 in a row!) and trials (“Fire Housley!”) of leading a National Hockey League team.
Friedman: Sabres have 'looked at' acquiring Carl Hagelin
It appears as though the Buffalo Sabres are still hot on the trail for Los Angeles Kings forward, Carl Hagelin. According to Sportnet's Elliotte Friedman in his 31 Thoughts blog, the Sabres have "looked at" the idea of acquiring the 30-year-old winger. Friedman says:
Remi Elie finding fresh start with Amerks after being waived by Sabres
ROCHESTER – It took Remi Elie a few outings to find a groove and generate confidence after the Sabres recently assigned the seldom-used winger to the Americans. Elie, 23, hadn’t earned regular action since last spring, when he played throughout the Texas Stars’ run to the Calder Cup final.
5 Observations: Housley says Sabres played soft in 6-2 loss to Rangers
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Buffalo Sabres head coach Phil Housley said his team "didn't work" and looked "soft" in their 6-2 loss to the New York Rangers on Friday. With the loss, the Sabres finish their seven-game homestand with an unimpressive 3-3-1 record.
Sabres’ Okposo sent home 3 days after being punched in face
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo has been sent home for further medical evaluation three days after being punched in the face during a fight with the New York Rangers’ Tony DeAngelo.
Nathan Beaulieu keeps practicing, waiting for Sabres to make their move
SUNRISE, Fla. – Nathan Beaulieu is well aware the countdown clock has, in fact, slipped under a week to go. By the time the NHL trade deadline hits next Monday afternoon, the Buffalo Sabres' defenseman is a good bet to have a new team.
Sabres send Okposo home
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Friday night Sabres forward Kyle Okposo was in a fight with the Rangers Anthony DeAngelo. During the short scrap Okposo took a punch to the face. Okposo immediately headed for the Sabres locker room after the fight.
Housley Calls Out Sabres as Soft
This season was supposed to be different. From the top to bottom, from Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill to Zemgus Girgensons and everywhere in between, this season was all about ‘actions speaking louder than words.’ It was the team’s marketing slogan, brimming with hope.