Will Borgen leads Team Teal to the trophy
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All the news you need as the Buffalo Sabres go into their 2016 Development Camp.
Watch interviews from yesterday
Going over the ten Sabres picks over the last two days and their social media links
T McGee is assessing value relative to his Big Board
A Russian forward in the final pick for the Sabres in the 2016 Draft.
The Buffalo Sabres pick Austin Osmanski in 7th round, an East Aurora native.
With their sixth round selection, Buffalo added another forward in Brandon Hagel.
Back to back defensemen in the fifth round give the Sabres more depth along the blueline.
With the 129th pick in the NHL Draft, the Sabres take Swede defenseman Philip Nyberg.
The Sabres continue to add forwards to their pool as they pick up left winger Brett Murray.
With the 86th pick in the NHL Draft, the Sabres finally pick a defenseman, with Boston College's Casey Fitzgerald
With the 69th pick in the NHL Draft, the Sabres continue the forward bonanza with London Knights center Cliff Pu.
After trading up in the second round in the Dmitri Kulikov trade, the Sabres take Swedish forward Rasmus Asplund with pick number 33 in the second round.
Tim Murray waited until Day 2, but he finally made his annual draft day trade, bringing in a left handed defenseman in Kulikov.
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The Sabres video department has upped its game over the offseason - here's a look at Buffalo's first round pick from the 2016 NHL Draft, Alexander Nylander
Day two of the draft will be busy, with Rounds 2-7 happening at lightning speed. Keep up with it all and treat this as your open thread for the day.
What do you think of the first round so far?
The Sabres add another talented forward with the 8th pick as they draft Alex Nylander.
It's time for Round One of the Draft! Come watch, chat, and yell about it with us tonight.
With just a few hours to go until the draft, make one last prediction on who you think the Sabres will take.
Everything you need to know to watch tonight’s first round.
One of the top wingers in the draft, Nylander is a player that could be available when the Sabres pick at No. 8.
Another option for a high-impact lefty on the blueline is Mikhail Sergachev.
Before they add a talented young player in this weekend's draft, the Sabres picked up another talented young player from Nashville.
The annual rookie showcase will take place during the second week of July.
Could the Sabres trade up to grab Tkachuk with the fourth overall pick, or will he fall all the way to #8?
A big, skilled defenseman could be just what the doctor ordered for the Sabres at #8.
The final draft order was announced yesterday - here's where the Sabres many picks fall.
Go out on a limb and make some bold calls on the prospects of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft
T McGee's final mock draft