FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD!

October 3, 2017 Jamie Moses 0

Sabres ramp up the culinary delights at KeyBank Center By Andrew Kulyk and Peter Farrell Anyone remembering the old days at Memorial Auditorium surely recalls […]

Return of the King

July 26, 2017 New User 0

By Matt Cole The longstanding entrance music of Conor McGregor holds within its mighty verses the words “Right proudly high in Dublin town hung they […]

No Playoff Run This Year

March 2, 2017 Staff 0

Disastarous weekend leaves Sabres reeling By Andrew Kulyk and Peter Farrell Technically and mathematically speaking, the Buffalo Sabres are still alive for a 7th or […]

NHL YOUTH MOVEMENT

December 8, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

Sabres getting younger and faster to keep up with changing game By Andrew Kulyk and Peter Farrell Saturday’s Sabres matinee at Key Bank Center had […]

ALL THOSE SABRES PROSPECTS

November 24, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

“Sabres University” is on display right here and right now By Andrew Kulyk and Peter Farrell Here’s the list: Nicholas Baptiste, Hudson Fasching, Casey Nelson, […]

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PUCKSTOP by Andrew Kulyk

September 28, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

World Cup, Prospects Challenge, Training Camp and it’s only September Here it is, not even October yet, temperatures outside are still summerlike, yet the month […]

Play Ball

July 21, 2016 Artvoice 0

By Andrew Kulyk BASEBALL’S BELLY BUSTERS Buffalo Bisons bucking the trend for outlandish concessions fare Grabbing that hot dog, and a watered down brew–and don’t […]

A Baseball Oddity: The “Switch Pitcher”

May 12, 2016 Artvoice 0

He is a “switch pitcher”, capable of throwing from either the left or the right hand. And in fact, to hone his craft, over the years he has had a specially produced baseball glove made for him with four fingers and two thumbs, to allow him to seamlessly switch from right to left as the situation warrants.

Minor League Baseball Chief

April 28, 2016 Artvoice 0

The president of Minor League Baseball, Pat O’Conner, was in town last week, making the visit to Coca Cola Field to deliver a prestigious award to Buffalo Bisons third baseman Matt Dominguez.

Buffalo Bison Bobbleheads

Bisons Open 29th Season Downtown

April 14, 2016 Artvoice 1

28 years ago to the day, Buffalo unveiled its new downtown ballpark, then named Pilot Field, to rave reviews not only locally, but across the nation and the baseball world. Buffalo was high on the list for Major League Baseball expansion, the new stadium set the bar for design and amenities seen nowhere in the minor leagues, and the city celebrated with a parade, and all the pomp and ceremony befitting such an event.

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The Future Looks Awesome

April 7, 2016 Artvoice 465

To get a glimpse of exactly what Buffalo fans have to look forward to, maybe for years to come, one only had to watch last week’s Saturday matinee at home against the Winnipeg Jets, won by Buffalo 3-2.

“N-Oh, Canada!”

March 24, 2016 Artvoice 0

1970.

That was the last time that Canada was shutout from the NHL postseason.

Back then it was a 12 team league, Buffalo and Vancouver would be the expansion entrants the following year. The two Canadian teams, Toronto and Montreal, failed to qualify in what was then an eight team playoff field.

NHL Trade Deadline Day Often Bodes Poorly for Sabres

March 10, 2016 Artvoice 0

That final day in the season to make player trades, which is always set for sometime late February or early March, quite often results in a media carnival atmosphere and hard core fans tuning in to watch the frenzy. Which teams will be looking to add that valuable piece for s deep playoff run? Who is looking to unload fat contracts? And which teams are in rebuild mode and finally coming to grips with that?