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Ryan Wolfe is a lifelong writer who found his niche within the game of hockey. Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Ryan has worked for a bevy of outlets throughout the industry and continues to work his way up the sportswriting ladder. He is a firm believer that there was a foot in the crease and that a healthy Sabres playoff team would have won the 2006 Stanley Cup.

Sabres Waive Defenseman Wolanin

After playing only one game with the franchise, Christian Wolanin is once again looking for a new home.

Buffalo’s Goaltending Quickly Sinking Promising Start

The Sabres current goaltending tandem is not cutting it - where does Buffalo go from here?

Sabres Host Kraken in Buffalo for First Time Ever

Buffalo welcomes the Seattle Kraken to the KeyBank Center for the first time in franchise history.

Buffalo Plays Host to Boston on Thanksgiving Eve

The Sabres continue their homestand against the Bruins, in hopes of turning their losing ways around.

Sabres Wrap Road Trip in Seattle, For First Time Ever

Buffalo heads to Seattle for the first time in franchise history.

Sabres Start Off West Coast Road Trip in Style

Despite blowing a 3-0 lead, Buffalo was able to get the job done when it mattered the most.

Sabres Head To New Jersey, Looking to Start New Streak

Buffalo is coming off their first loss of the season against the Boston Bruins.

Ruotsalainen Dazzles in Shootout, Sabres Defeat Coyotes

Buffalo and Arizona’s matinee matchup was determined by a shooutout and Arttu Ruotsalainen came to work ready.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #2 Dylan Cozens

Cozens, 20-years-old, looks like he belongs in the National Hockey League.

In Depth In The Division: Montreal Canadiens

Montreal looks to recreate the magic from their improbable run to the Cup Final last season.