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1983–84 Buffalo Sabres · NHL
Division 2nd Adams
Conference 3rd Prince of Wales
1983–84 record 48–25–7
Goals for 315
Goals against 257
General Manager Scotty Bowman
Coach Scotty Bowman
Captain Gilbert Perreault
Alternate captains None
Team leaders
Goals Dave Andreychuk (38)
Assists Gilbert Perreault (59)
Points Gilbert Perreault (90)
Penalties in minutes Larry Playfair (209)

The 1983–84 Buffalo Sabres season was the Sabres' 14th season. Tom Barrasso was drafted by the Sabres with the 5th overall pick in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft, becoming the highest drafted goalie ever until Roberto Luongo was taken 4th overall in 1997. Skipping a college career, he went straight from high school to the NHL where he exceeded all expectations. Barrasso won the Calder Trophy and Vezina Trophy in his first season, becoming just the third player to win both awards in the same year.


OffseasonEdit

NHL DraftEdit

Round # Player Nationality College/Junior/Club Team
1 5. Tom Barrasso Flag of the United States United States Acton-Boxboro H.S. (USHS-MA)

Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

Adams Division
  GP W L T GF GA PIM PTS
Boston Bruins 80 49 25 6 336 261 1606 104
Buffalo Sabres 80 48 25 7 315 257 1190 103
Quebec Nordiques 80 42 28 10 360 278 1600 94
Montreal Canadiens 80 35 40 5 286 295 1371 75
Hartford Whalers 80 28 42 10 288 320 1184 66

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
Note: Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
3WOctober 9, 19835–2 Washington Capitals (1983–84) 2–1–0
4TOctober 12, 19834–4 OT @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1983–84) 2–1–1
5LOctober 15, 19833–5 @ Boston Bruins (1983–84) 2–2–1
6LOctober 16, 19832–3 New York Islanders (1983–84) 2–3–1
7WOctober 18, 19833–1 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1983–84) 3–3–1
8WOctober 22, 19835–2 @ Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 4–3–1
9WOctober 23, 19835–2 Winnipeg Jets (1983–84) 5–3–1
10LOctober 26, 19835–6 OT @ Detroit Red Wings (1983–84) 5–4–1
11TOctober 28, 19833–3 OT Los Angeles Kings (1983–84) 5–4–2
12WOctober 30, 19835–4 Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 6–4–2
13TNovember 2, 19833–3 OT New York Rangers (1983–84) 6–4–3
14LNovember 5, 19830–4 @ New York Islanders (1983–84) 6–5–3
15LNovember 6, 19831–7 Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 6–6–3
16WNovember 9, 19833–1 Boston Bruins (1983–84) 7–6–3
17WNovember 11, 19833–1 Toronto Maple Leafs (1983–84) 8–6–3
18WNovember 13, 198311–2 Calgary Flames (1983–84) 9–6–3
19WNovember 16, 19836–5 OT @ Winnipeg Jets (1983–84) 10–6–3
20LNovember 18, 19830–7 @ Edmonton Oilers (1983–84) 10–7–3
21WNovember 19, 19835–2 @ Calgary Flames (1983–84) 11–7–3
22WNovember 23, 19836–4 @ New York Rangers (1983–84) 12–7–3
23WNovember 25, 19835–2 Chicago Black Hawks (1983–84) 13–7–3
24LNovember 26, 19832–3 @ Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 13–8–3
25WNovember 29, 19835–2 @ Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 14–8–3
26WDecember 2, 19837–6 St. Louis Blues (1983–84) 15–8–3
27WDecember 4, 19836–2 Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 16–8–3
28LDecember 6, 19832–8 @ St. Louis Blues (1983–84) 16–9–3
29LDecember 7, 19832–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1983–84) 16–10–3
30WDecember 10, 19834–2 @ Boston Bruins (1983–84) 17–10–3
31WDecember 11, 19836–5 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1983–84) 18–10–3
32TDecember 14, 19833–3 OT New Jersey Devils (1983–84) 18–10–4
33WDecember 17, 19834–1 @ Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 19–10–4
34WDecember 18, 19833–2 Vancouver Canucks (1983–84) 20–10–4
35LDecember 21, 19833–6 Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 20–11–4
36LDecember 26, 19831–2 Boston Bruins (1983–84) 20–12–4
37WDecember 27, 19837–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 21–12–4
38WDecember 29, 19838–5 Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 22–12–4
39LDecember 31, 19832–3 New York Rangers (1983–84) 22–13–4
40WJanuary 4, 19849–4 Winnipeg Jets (1983–84) 23–13–4
41WJanuary 7, 19844–2 @ Washington Capitals (1983–84) 24–13–4
42WJanuary 8, 19844–3 Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 25–13–4
43WJanuary 11, 19846–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1983–84) 26–13–4
44WJanuary 13, 19843–1 Edmonton Oilers (1983–84) 27–13–4
45WJanuary 14, 19842–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1983–84) 28–13–4
46WJanuary 17, 19845–1 @ Vancouver Canucks (1983–84) 29–13–4
47WJanuary 18, 19844–0 @ Los Angeles Kings (1983–84) 30–13–4
48WJanuary 21, 19842–1 @ St. Louis Blues (1983–84) 31–13–4
49WJanuary 23, 19845–3 @ Boston Bruins (1983–84) 32–13–4
50TJanuary 25, 19842–2 OT Washington Capitals (1983–84) 32–13–5
51TJanuary 27, 19842–2 OT Detroit Red Wings (1983–84) 32–13–6
52WJanuary 29, 19847–3 Pittsburgh Penguins (1983–84) 33–13–6
53LFebruary 2, 19843–5 @ Boston Bruins (1983–84) 33–14–6
54LFebruary 3, 19841–4 Minnesota North Stars (1983–84) 33–15–6
55LFebruary 5, 19841–2 Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 33–16–6
56WFebruary 8, 19846–5 OT @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1983–84) 34–16–6
57WFebruary 9, 19848–5 New Jersey Devils (1983–84) 35–16–6
58WFebruary 11, 19844–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 36–16–6
59WFebruary 15, 19847–4 Boston Bruins (1983–84) 37–16–6
60WFebruary 17, 19845–4 OT Minnesota North Stars (1983–84) 38–16–6
61WFebruary 19, 19845–2 Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 39–16–6
62WFebruary 21, 19845–4 OT @ Philadelphia Flyers (1983–84) 40–16–6
63LFebruary 23, 19842–3 @ Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 40–17–6
64LFebruary 25, 19841–5 @ Minnesota North Stars (1983–84) 40–18–6
65LFebruary 27, 19841–3 Boston Bruins (1983–84) 40–19–6
66LFebruary 29, 19843–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1983–84) 40–20–6
67LMarch 3, 19842–4 @ Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 40–21–6
68TMarch 4, 19841–1 OT Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 40–21–7
69WMarch 6, 19848–3 @ Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 41–21–7
70WMarch 9, 19847–3 Los Angeles Kings (1983–84) 42–21–7
71WMarch 11, 19844–3 OT Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 43–21–7
72WMarch 14, 19844–2 @ Calgary Flames (1983–84) 44–21–7
73WMarch 17, 19845–2 @ Vancouver Canucks (1983–84) 45–21–7
74LMarch 18, 19843–4 @ Edmonton Oilers (1983–84) 45–22–7
75WMarch 21, 19844–2 Montreal Canadiens (1983–84) 46–22–7
76WMarch 24, 19846–0 @ New Jersey Devils (1983–84) 47–22–7
77LMarch 25, 19843–5 New York Islanders (1983–84) 47–23–7
78LMarch 27, 19841–4 @ Hartford Whalers (1983–84) 47–24–7
79LMarch 31, 19841–4 @ Quebec Nordiques (1983–84) 47–25–7
80WApril 1, 19844–2 Toronto Maple Leafs (1983–84) 48–25–7

Player statsEdit

ForwardsEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM

DefencemenEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player GP G A Pts PIM

GoaltendingEdit

Note: GP = Games played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals against average

Player GP W L T SO GAA

PlayoffsEdit

Awards and recordsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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