Buffalo Sabres Tickets

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2 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS TICKETS VS BUFFALO SABRES PRESEASON 9 27
2 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS TICKETS VS BUFFALO SABRES PRESEASON 9 27

$35.00

2 Tickets Vegas Golden Knights Buffalo Sabres October 17 2017 Aisle Seats
2 Tickets Vegas Golden Knights Buffalo Sabres October 17 2017 Aisle Seats

$165.00

Buffalo Sabres vs San Jose Sharks 10 28 2017
Buffalo Sabres vs San Jose Sharks 10 28 2017

$140.00

Buffalo Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets 3 15 18 Section 107
Buffalo Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets 3 15 18 Section 107

$300.00

Buffalo Sabres vs Carolina Hurricanes 11 18 2017
Buffalo Sabres vs Carolina Hurricanes 11 18 2017

$120.00

Buffalo Sabres  Vegas Golden Knights 1 5 tickets 10 17
Buffalo Sabres Vegas Golden Knights 1 5 tickets 10 17

$72.00

2 NHL Tickets Oct 5th Sec 109 Buffalo Sabres hosting The Montreal Canadiens
2 NHL Tickets Oct 5th Sec 109 Buffalo Sabres hosting The Montreal Canadiens

$108.50

10 5 17 Buffalo Sabres vs Montreal Canadians 100 Level 2 Tickets
10 5 17 Buffalo Sabres vs Montreal Canadians 100 Level 2 Tickets

$230.00

Pair of 2018 Winter Classic Tickets Rangers Buffalo Sabres Sec 125 Aisle Seats
Pair of 2018 Winter Classic Tickets Rangers Buffalo Sabres Sec 125 Aisle Seats

$875.00

1 9 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Winnipeg Jets 100 Level 2 Tickets
1 9 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Winnipeg Jets 100 Level 2 Tickets

$130.00

San Jose Sharks vs Buffalo Sabres Oct 12 2017
San Jose Sharks vs Buffalo Sabres Oct 12 2017

$200.00

3 10 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Las Vegas Golden Knights 100 Level 2 Tickets
3 10 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Las Vegas Golden Knights 100 Level 2 Tickets

$150.00

Two Buffalo Sabres Tickets
Two Buffalo Sabres Tickets

$125.00

Montreal Canadiens  Buffalo Sabres Tickets 10 5 17 Home Opener
Montreal Canadiens Buffalo Sabres Tickets 10 5 17 Home Opener

$100.00

2 TICKETS PHILADELPHIA FLYERS  BUFFALO SABRES 12 22 Sec 102 Row 7 AISLE
2 TICKETS PHILADELPHIA FLYERS BUFFALO SABRES 12 22 Sec 102 Row 7 AISLE

$209.99

2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Buffalo Sabres Tickets 11 14
2 Pittsburgh Penguins vs Buffalo Sabres Tickets 11 14

$115.00



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Right from the get-go it seemed that the hockey gods were smiling on the Buffalo Sabres franchise. When the NHL added two expansion teams prior to the start of the 1970-71 - the Sabres and the Vancouver Canucks - they decided to have the clubs spin a makeshift roulette wheel to determine which team would get the first draft pick that year. Each club picked a series of numbers, and as fate would have it the pointer stopped at a number - 11 - that the Sabres had chosen, giving them the first pick. The Sabres went ahead and selected Gilbert Perreault with their pick. The Canucks wound up with Dale Tallon. Tallon would go on to register 336 points in the NHL - 990 fewer than Perreault.
 
Watch the wheel spin that landed the Sabres the number one pick below:

During the 1970s Sabres fans enjoyed one of the best lines in NHL history. Perreault, along with Rick Martin and Rene Robert would form the "French Connection Line". The slick scoring trio would help the Sabres make the playoffs for the first time in 1972-73 where they would bow out to eventual Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens in the quarter-finals.

In 1974-75 the Sabres peaked, tying for first place overall in the NHL during the regular season, and making it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals, where they faced off against the defending Stanley Cup champion Philadelphia Flyers. The series featured several unusual incidents, including the famous fog game (game three of the finals) where the entire rink was shrouded in a haze so thick it was difficult to see the puck. The same contest also saw Sabre's forward Jim Lorentz swing his stick at - and kill - a bat that was flying low over the surface of the ice. Superstitious fans considered this a bad omen, and to this day still blame Lorentz for killing the bat and "causing" the Sabres to lose the series in six games.

The Sabres continued to be a force through the remainder of the 1970s, particularly offensively. Danny Gare joined an already powerful squad. Gare would reach the 50 goal plateau twice in the latter half of the decade. Buffalo might have been a cup contender if not the fact that the road to the Stanley Cup ultimately led through the Montreal Canadiens - a team that featured such stars as Guy Lafleur, Ken Dryden, Steve Shutt, Larry Robinson and Serge Savard, and that history has shown may be the greatest in NHL history.

Despite acquiring stars like Pat LaFontaine, Alexander Mogilny and Dale Hawerchuk the 1980s and much of the 90s were lost decades for the Sabres franchise. However, the team would eventually rise to prominence again towards the end of the 20th century. This resurgence was due in large part to the acquisition of goaltender Dominik Hasek - arguably the greatest player ever to don a Buffalo Sabres jersey. Hasek won 6 Vezina Trophies and a pair of Hart Trophies during his tenure with the Sabres, and his unorthodox style confounded opposing shooters. Hasek would lead an otherwise average squad all the way to game six of the Stanley Cup Finals in 1999, where they would eventually bow out to the Dallas Stars on a controversial (toe in the crease) goal by Dallas sniper Brett Hull.

Today's Buffalo Sabres have several important pieces in place to ensure they will be a contender for years to come. Lindy Ruff - the longest serving coach in the NHL - continues to man the bench. In between the pipes the Sabres boast Ryan Miller, the 2010 Vezina Trophy winner and arguably the best goalie in the game today. On defense towering Tyler Myers patrols the blueline. Almost as tall as Zdeno Chara and with plenty of offensive gifts, Myers recently earned the Calder Trophy as the NHL's rookie of the year. Buffalo also has a balanced offensive attack on the front end, including Thomas Vanek, Tim Connolly, Jason Pominville, Derek Roy and Drew Stafford. These assets, while they might not make the Sabres favorites, will surely allow them to compete against the powerhouses in the NHL's Eastern Conference, including the Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins, in the years ahead.