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2011–12 Buffalo Sabres · NHL
Division 3rd Northeast
Conference 9th Eastern
2011–12 record 39–32–11
Home record 21–12–8
Road record 18-20-3
Goals for 218
Goals against 230
General Manager Darcy Regier
Coach Lindy Ruff
Captain Jason Pominville
Alternate captains Derek Roy
Drew Stafford
Thomas Vanek
Paul Gaustad (Oct–Feb)
Arena First Niagara Center
Average attendance 18,272
Team leaders
Goals Jason Pominville (30)
Assists Jason Pominville (43)
Points Jason Pominville (73)
Penalties in minutes Patrick Kaleta (116)
Wins Ryan Miller (30)
Goals against average Drew MacIntyre (1.38)

The 2011–12 Buffalo Sabres season was the 42nd season of operation (41st season of play) for the National Hockey League franchise that was established on May 22, 1970.[1] Their season began October 7, 2011 against the Anaheim Ducks in Helsinki, Finland. In Helsinki the team named Jason Pominville the 13th full time captain in team history.[2] Pominville filled the vacancy left by Craig Rivet who was traded to Columbus during the previous season.

Off-seasonEdit

The Sabres signed several free agents. This was due to the new ownership giving permission to the managing staff to bid for free agents. The previous ownership allowed free agents to leave rather than pay for free agent contracts. The Sabres home also underwent a makeover. The interior of the arena was painted Sabres colors, blue and gold. The players locker rooms also received an extensive multi-million dollar upgrade.[3] The naming right were transferred from HSBC to First Niagara Bank and the arena took on the name First Niagara Center. [3]

Regular seasonEdit

The Sabres participated in the 2011 NHL Premiere, playing their first two regular season games in Europe. After a 2–0 start in Europe the Sabres returned home and continued to play well. They had a record of 10–5 going into a November 12 game against the Boston Bruins.[4] In the 1st period of the game Ryan Miller left his crease to play a puck and was hit by the Bruins Milan Lucic. Miller suffered a concussion and neck injury on the hit and would go on to miss nine games. Lucic was penalized for charging on the play but was not suspended or fined by the league.[5] During the middle part of the season injuries plagued the team. By the All Star break the Sabres sat in 14th place in the Eastern Conference and had 225 man games lost to injury.[6] Jason Pominville was the only Sabre named to the All-Star Game roster.[7] Luke Adam was one of twelve rookies selected to participate in the All-Star Skills Competition.[8]

During the 33 game stretch from the Bruins game November 12 to January 24 the Sabres had a record of 9–19–5. The poor play included a team record 12 game road losing streak and a run of 5 consecutive regulation loses on a single road trip.[9]

Things then began to turn around with a shootout win at the New Jersey Devils January 24, the final game before the All-Star break.[10] The Sabres then went on a 18–5–5 run going from 14th in the Eastern Conference back into the 8th and final playoff position on March 24 with a 3–1 win at home against the Minnesota Wild.[11] On March 27 the Sabres faced the Washington Capitals for a pivotal game for the final playoff position. The teams entered the game tied at 84 points with the Capitals holding the tie breaker advantage. The Sabres won the game by a convincing 5-1 score. [12] In the second period of the game the Sabres were ahead 3-1 and down injuries to two defensemen. Christian Ehrhoff and Andrej Sekera were both injured in the period and the Capitals were going on the power play when Robyn Regehr took a hooking penalty. The penalty left the Sabres with only three available defensemen. On the power play Alex Ovechkin bobbled a pass at the blue line. Jason Pominville took the puck and scored a short-handed goal to put the Sabres up 4-1. Ryan Miller made 44 saves improving to a personal record of 8-0-2 in his last ten games and 14-1-3 in 18 games. The win put Buffalo in sole possession of the 8th playoff seed and even in games with Washington.

The Sabres time in 8th place was short lived due to two consecutive regulation loses first at home to Pittsburgh and then at Toronto.[13] [14] At home on the back end of the home and home with Toronto the Sabres fell behind 3-0 in the first period and 5-3 in the third. The Sabres then rallied to score two goals in the final 5 minutes of the third to tie the game at 5. In overtime Dion Phaneuf took a delay of game penalty. Derek Roy ended the game on the ensuing power play with his second of the game. The win pulled Buffalo even in points with Washington at 88.[15] Washington still held the tie breaker advantage. Each team had two games left.

The Sabres would go on to pick up only 1 point in their final 2 games ultimately failing to make the playoffs.[16]

On April 3, 2012, following their final regular season home game, the Sabres announced a new record for average paid attendance of 18,272 per home game.[17]

PlayoffsEdit

The Sabres attempted to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive season. The attempt fell 3 points short and the Sabres finished in 9th place.

StandingsEdit

Northeast Division[18]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 y – Boston Bruins 82 49 29 4 40 269 202 102
2 Ottawa Senators 82 41 31 10 35 249 240 92
3 Buffalo Sabres 82 39 32 11 32 218 230 89
4 Toronto Maple Leafs 82 35 37 10 31 231 264 80
5 Montreal Canadiens 82 31 35 16 26 212 226 78
Eastern Conference[19]
R Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 z – New York Rangers * AT 82 51 24 7 47 226 187 109
2 y – Boston Bruins * NE 82 49 29 4 40 269 202 102
3 y – Florida Panthers * SE 82 38 26 18 32 203 227 94
4 Pittsburgh Penguins AT 82 51 25 6 42 282 221 108
5 Philadelphia Flyers AT 82 47 26 9 43 264 232 103
6 New Jersey Devils AT 82 48 28 6 36 228 209 102
7 Washington Capitals SE 82 42 32 8 38 222 230 92
8 Ottawa Senators NE 82 41 31 10 35 249 240 92
8.5
9 Buffalo Sabres NE 82 39 32 11 32 218 230 89
10 Tampa Bay Lightning SE 82 38 36 8 35 235 281 84
11 Winnipeg Jets SE 82 37 35 10 33 225 246 84
12 Carolina Hurricanes SE 82 33 33 16 32 213 243 82
13 Toronto Maple Leafs NE 82 35 37 10 31 231 264 80
14 New York Islanders AT 82 34 37 11 27 203 255 79
15 Montreal Canadiens NE 82 31 35 16 26 212 226 78
Divisions: AT – Atlantic, NE – Northeast, SE – Southeast; ROW: Total of games won in regulation or overtime, not shootout.

* – Division leader, y – Clinched division, z Clinched conference (and division)


Schedule and results Edit

Pre-season Edit

Regular seasonEdit

2011–12 Game Log
2011–2012 Schedule

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Pominville, JasonJason Pominville 82 30 43 73 −7 12
Vanek, ThomasThomas Vanek 78 26 35 61 −6 52
Stafford, DrewDrew Stafford 80 20 30 50 5 46
Roy, DerekDerek Roy 80 17 27 44 −7 54
Ennis, TylerTyler Ennis 48 15 19 34 11 14
Ehrhoff, ChristianChristian Ehrhoff 66 5 27 32 −2 47
Gerbe, NathanNathan Gerbe 62 6 19 25 2 32
Leino, VilleVille Leino 71 8 17 25 −2 16
Leopold, JordanJordan Leopold 79 10 14 24 4 28
Boyes, BradBrad Boyes 65 8 15 23 2 6
Myers, TylerTyler Myers 55 8 15 23 5 33
Adam, LukeLuke Adam 52 10 10 20 −6 14
Gaustad, PaulPaul Gaustad 56 7 10 17 −1 70
Sekera, AndrejAndrej Sekera 69 3 10 13 3 18
Foligno, MarcusMarcus Foligno 14 6 7 13 6 9
Gragnani, Marc-AndreMarc-Andre Gragnani 44 1 11 12 10 20
Kaleta, PatrickPatrick Kaleta 63 5 5 10 −5 116
Hecht, JochenJochen Hecht 22 4 4 8 1 6
Ellis, MattMatt Ellis 60 3 5 8 −3 25
Sulzer, AlexanderAlexander Sulzer 15 3 5 8 2 6
Tropp, CoreyCorey Tropp 34 3 5 8 0 20
Hodgson, CodyCody Hodgson 20 3 5 8 −7 2
McNabb, BraydenBrayden McNabb 25 1 7 8 −1 15
Kassian, ZackZack Kassian 27 3 4 7 −1 20
Regehr, RobynRobyn Regehr 76 1 4 5 −12 56
Weber, MikeMike Weber 51 1 4 5 −19 64
McCormick, CodyCody McCormick 50 1 3 4 −7 56
Szczechura, PaulPaul Szczechura 9 1 3 4 0 4
Brennan, T. J.T. J. Brennan 11 1 0 1 0 6
Turnbull, TravisTravis Turnbull 3 1 0 1 0 5
Stuart, ColinColin Stuart 2 0 0 0 −3 0
Finley, JoeJoe Finley 5 0 0 0 −3 12
Whitmore, DerekDerek Whitmore 2 0 0 0 0 0

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP TOI W L OT GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Miller, RyanRyan Miller 61 3536 31 21 7 150 2.55 1788 .916 6 0 0 0
Enroth, JhonasJhonas Enroth 26 1399 8 11 4 63 2.70 756 .917 1 0 0 2
MacIntyre, DrewDrew MacIntyre 2 43 0 0 0 1 1.40 18 .944 0 0 0 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Sabres. Stats reflect time with Sabres only.
Traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with Sabres only.

Awards and records Edit

AwardsEdit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Ryan Miller[20] NHL First Star of the Week March 5, 2012
Ryan Miller[21] NHL Second Star of the Week March 26, 2012
Marcus Foligno[22] NHL Rookie of the Month March 2012
Ryan Miller[23] NHL Third Star of the Month April 2, 2012

Records Edit

On October 25, 2011, Brad Boyes played in his 500th consecutive NHL game, becoming the 20th player in NHL history to reach that mark. This streak ended at 513 when he was injured in the November 23 game.[24][25]

MilestonesEdit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Brad Boyes 200th Career NHL Assist October 7, 2011
Ryan Miller 400th Career NHL Game October 7, 2011
Drew Stafford 200th Career NHL Point October 15, 2011
Brad Boyes 500th Career NHL Game October 22, 2011
Thomas Vanek 400th Career NHL Point October 27, 2011
Corey Tropp 1st Career NHL Game November 4, 2011
1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
November 8, 2011
1st Career NHL Assist November 11, 2011
Nathan Gerbe 100th Career NHL Game November 12, 2011
TJ Brennan 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
November 23, 2011
Zack Kassian 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
November 25, 2011
1st Career NHL Goal November 26, 2011
Brayden McNabb 1st Career NHL Game November 26, 2011
Joe Finley 1st Career NHL Game December 2, 2011
Derek Roy 400th Career NHL Point December 2, 2011
Tyler Ennis 100th Career NHL Game December 2, 2011
Drew Stafford 100th Career NHL Goal December 16, 2011
Derek Roy 500th Career NHL Game December 16, 2011
Thomas Vanek 500th Career NHL Game December 16, 2011
200th Career NHL Assist December 20, 2011
Derek Whitmore 1st Career NHL Game December 20, 2011
Marcus Foligno 1st Career NHL Game December 20, 2011
Brayden McNabb 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
December 26, 2011
1st Career NHL Assist December 31, 2011
Cody McCormick 300th Career NHL Game January 3, 2012
Jason Pominville 500th Career NHL Game January 16, 2012
Mike Weber 100th Career NHL Game January 16, 2012
Jason Pominville 400th Career NHL Point January 18, 2012
Ryan Miller 25th Career NHL Shutout February 8, 2012
Tyler Myers 200th Career NHL Game
100th Career NHL Point
February 17, 2012
Ville Leino 200th Career NHL Game February 25, 2012
Marcus Foligno 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
March 10, 2012
1st Career NHL Assist March 12, 2012
Travis Turnbull 1st Career NHL Game March 21, 2012
Christian Ehrhoff 200th Career NHL Assist March 21, 2012
Travis Turnbull 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
March 23, 2012
Robyn Regehr 900th Career NHL Game April 3, 2012
Andrej Sekera 300th Career NHL Game April 3, 2012

Final rosterEdit

Updated April 7, 2012[26]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
22 Flag of Canada.svg Boyes, BradBrad Boyes

RW R 34 2011 Mississauga, Ontario
33 Flag of the United States Brennan, T. J.T. J. Brennan

D L 27 2007 Willingsboro, New Jersey
10 Flag of Germany Ehrhoff, ChristianChristian Ehrhoff

D L 34 2011 Moers, West Germany
37 Flag of Canada.svg Ellis, MattMatt Ellis

C L 35 2008 Welland, Ontario
63 Flag of Canada.svg Ennis, TylerTyler Ennis

LW L 27 2008 Edmonton, Alberta
1 Flag of Sweden Enroth, JhonasJhonas Enroth

G L 28 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
42 Flag of the United States Gerbe, NathanNathan Gerbe

C L 29 2005 Oxford, Michigan
55 Flag of Germany Hecht, JochenJochen Hecht

LW L 39 2002 Mannheim, West Germany
19 Flag of Canada.svg Hodgson, CodyCody Hodgson

C R 26 2012 Toronto, Ontario
36 Flag of the United States Kaleta, PatrickPatrick Kaleta

RW R 30 2004 Buffalo, New York
23 Flag of Finland Leino, VilleVille Leino

LW L 33 2011 Savonlinna, Finland
3 Flag of the United States Leopold, JordanJordan Leopold

D L 36 2010 Golden Valley, Minnesota
8 Flag of Canada.svg McCormick, CodyCody McCormick

C R 33 2009 London, Ontario
81 Flag of Canada.svg McNabb, BraydenBrayden McNabb

D L 25 2009 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
30 Flag of the United States Miller, RyanRyan Miller

G L 36 1999 East Lansing, Michigan
57 Flag of Canada.svg Myers, TylerTyler Myers

D R 26 2008 Katy, Texas
29 Flag of the United States Pominville, JasonJason Pominville

 (C)

RW R 34 2001 Repentigny, Quebec
24 Flag of Canada.svg Regehr, RobynRobyn Regehr

D L 36 2011 Recife, Brazil
9 Flag of Canada.svg Roy, DerekDerek Roy

 (A)

C L 33 2001 Ottawa, Ontario
44 Flag of Slovakia Sekera, AndrejAndrej Sekera

D L 30 2004 Bojnice, Czechoslovakia
21 Flag of the United States Stafford, DrewDrew Stafford

 (A)

RW R 31 2004 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
52 Flag of Germany Sulzer, AlexanderAlexander Sulzer

D R 32 2012 Kaufbeuren, West Germany
26 Flag of Austria Vanek, ThomasThomas Vanek

 (A)

LW R 32 2003 Baden bei Wien, Austria
6 Flag of the United States Weber, MikeMike Weber

D L 28 2006 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Transactions Edit

The Sabres have been involved in the following transactions during the 2011–12 season:

TradesEdit

Date
Details
June 25, 2011[27] To Calgary Flames
Chris Butler
Paul Byron
To Buffalo Sabres
Ales Kotalik
Robyn Regehr
2nd-round pick in 2012
June 29, 2011[28] To New York Islanders
4th-round pick in 2012
To Buffalo Sabres
Christian Ehrhoff (negotiating rights)
June 29, 2011[29] To Chicago Blackhawks
Steve Montador (negotiating rights)
To Buffalo Sabres
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2012
February 27, 2012[30] To Nashville Predators
Paul Gaustad
4th-round pick in 2013
Buffalo Sabres
1st-round pick in 2012
February 27, 2012[30] To Vancouver Canucks
Marc-Andre Gragnani
Zack Kassian
To Buffalo Sabres
Cody Hodgson
Alexander Sulzer

Free agents signed Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Ville Leino[31] Philadelphia Flyers 6 years, $27 million
Drew MacIntyre[32] Hamilton Bulldogs 1 year, $525,000
Michael Ryan[33] Adirondack Phantoms 1 year, $525,000
Paul Szczechura[33] Norfolk Admirals 1 year, $525,000
Jonathan Parker[34] Prince Albert Raiders 3-years, $1.605 million entry-level contract
Joe Finley[35] Rochester Americans 3 years, $1.575 million
Philip Varone[36] Rochester Americans 3 years, $1.71 million entry-level contract
Brian Flynn[37] University of Maine 1 year, $925,000 entry level contract

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
Tim Connolly[38] Toronto Maple Leafs 2 years, $9.5 million
Mark Mancari[39] Vancouver Canucks 1 year, $525,000
Rob Niedermayer[40] HC Lugano 1 year
Mark Parrish[41] Ottawa Senators 1 year, $650,000
Tim Conboy[42] Ottawa Senators 1 year, $600,000

Claimed via waiversEdit

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via retirement Edit

Player
Patrick Lalime[43]
Mike Grier[44]

Player signingsEdit

Player Date Contract terms
Brayden McNabb[45] May 18, 2011 3-years, $2.045 million entry-level contract
Marcus Foligno[46] May 25, 2011 3-years, $2.48 million entry-level contract
Mark Pysyk[47] June 2, 2011 3-years, $2.7 million entry-level contract
Drew Stafford[48] June 3, 2011 4-years, $16 million
David Leggio[49] June 24, 2011 1 year, $525,000
Nathan Gerbe[50] June 29, 2011 3-years, $4.3 million
Christian Ehrhoff[51] June 30, 2011 10-years, $40 million
Cody McCormick[52] July 1, 2011 3-years, $3.6 million
Mike Weber[53] July 4, 2011 2-years, $1.9 million
Derek Whitmore[32] July 7, 2011 1 year, $525,000
Colin Stuart[32] July 7, 2011 1 year, $525,000
Dennis Persson[54] July 15, 2011 1 year, $525,000
Travis Turnbull[54] July 15, 2011 1 year, $525,000
Matt Ellis[55] July 19, 2011 2 years, $1.05 million
Andrej Sekera[55] July 19, 2011 4 years, $11 million
Jhonas Enroth[56] July 21, 2011 2 years, $1.35 million
Marc-Andre Gragnani[57] August 11, 2011 1 year, $550,000
Tyler Myers[58] September 15, 2011 7 years, $38.5 million contract extension
Matt MacKenzie[59] October 4, 2011 3-years, $1.8 million entry-level contract
Riley Boychuk[34] October 7, 2011 3-years, $1.7075 million entry-level contract
Kevin Sundher[60] December 15, 2011 3 years, $1.895 million entry-level contract
Jerome Gauthier-Leduc[61] December 30, 2011 3 years, $1.995 million entry-level contract
Connor Knapp[62] April 3, 2012 2 years, $1.19 million entry-level contract
Dan Catenacci[63] April 3, 2012 3 years, $1.815 million entry-level contract
Nathan Lieuwen[64] May 5, 2012 3 years, $1.715 million entry-level contract
Alexander Sulzer[65] May 21, 2012 1 year, $725,000 contract extension
Joel Armia[66] June 16, 2012 3 years, $2.775 million entry-level contract

Draft picks Edit

Buffalo's picks at the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 16 Joel Armia Right Wing Flag of Finland Finland Assat (SM-liiga)
3 77 Daniel Catenacci Center Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
4 107 Colin Jacobs Center Flag of the United States United States Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
5 137 Alex Lepkowski Defense Flag of the United States United States Barrie Colts (OHL)
6 167 Nathan Lieuwen Goaltender Flag of Canada.svg Canada Kootenay Ice (WHL)
7 197 Brad Navin Center Flag of the United States United States Waupaca High School (USHS-WI)

See also Edit

ReferencesEdit

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  5. Miller skeptical of Milan Lucic
  6. Harrington, Mike. "First-half follies have Sabres stuck in the breakdown lane", January 29, 2012. Retrieved on January 30, 2012. Archived from the original on July 29, 2012. 
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  8. POMINVILLE & ADAM SELECTED TO ALL-STAR GAME. NHL.com. National Hockey League. Retrieved on January 30, 2012.
  9. 4, Sabres 2
  10. 2, Devils 1, SO
  11. 3, Wild 1
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  16. Bruins top Sabres 4-3 in season-ending shootout. NHl.com. National Hockey League. Retrieved on 9 April 2012.
  17. AVERAGE PAID ATTENDANCE AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH FOR SABRES IN 2011-12. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 5 April 2012.
  18. 2011–2012 Division Standings. National Hockey League. Retrieved on April 7, 2012.
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  20. Three Stars: Miller, Kronwall, Emery earn honors
  21. Malkin, Miller, Ovechkin named week's Three Stars
  22. Sabres' Foligno named Rookie of the Month
  23. Flyers' Bryzgalov earns First Star for March
  24. Sabres Boyes hits 500 games in a row tonight
  25. Reitz, Mark. "Ironman Brad Boyes "out for a period of time"", NBC Sports, November 23, 2011. Retrieved on December 21, 2011. 
  26. Buffalo Sabres - Team - Roster. Retrieved on April 7, 2012.
  27. SABRES ACQUIRE REGEHR, KOTALIK AND 2012 SECOND ROUND PICK FROM CALGARY
  28. BUFFALO SABRES ACQUIRE RIGHTS TO NEGOTIATE WITH CHRISTIAN EHRHOFF
  29. SABRES TRADE MONTADOR'S NEGOTIATING RIGHTS
  30. 30.0 30.1 SABRES ACQUIRE HODGSON, SULZER, FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICK AT TRADE DEADLINE
  31. SABRES SIGN VILLE LEINO
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 SABRES SIGN MacINTYRE, WHITMORE AND STUART
  33. 33.0 33.1 SABRES SIGN RYAN AND SZCZECHURA
  34. 34.0 34.1 SABRES INK FORWARDS BOYCHUK, PARKER
  35. SABRES SIGN JOE FINLEY
  36. SABRES SIGN VARONE TO ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT
  37. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH FORWARD BRIAN FLYNN TO NHL CONTRACT
  38. Leafs Sign Tim Connolly
  39. Vancouver Canucks sign Nolan Baumgartner and Mark Mancari
  40. Rob Niedermayer will play in Switzerland next season
  41. Bulletin: Senators sign forward Mark Parrish to a one-year contract
  42. Bulletin: Senators sign defenceman Tim Conboy to a one-year contract
  43. LALIME RETIRES, WILL WORK ON RDS HOCKEY BROADCASTS
  44. GRIER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT AFTER MORE THAN 1,000 NHL GAMES
  45. SABRES SIGN 2009 DRAFT PICK BRAYDEN McNABB
  46. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH MARCUS FOLIGNO
  47. SABRES SIGN 2010 FIRST-ROUND PICK MARK PYSYK
  48. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH DREW STAFFORD
  49. SABRES GET THEIR MAN
  50. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH NATHAN GERBE
  51. SABRES SIGN CHRISTIAN EHRHOFF TO A LONG-TERM CONTRACT
  52. SABRES RE-SIGN CODY McCORMICK
  53. SABRES RE-SIGN DEFENSEMAN MIKE WEBER
  54. 54.0 54.1 SABRES RE-SIGN PERSSON AND TURNBULL
  55. 55.0 55.1 SEKERA AND ELLIS SIGN MULTI-YEAR DEALS
  56. ENROTH AGREES TO TERMS ON MULTI-YEAR DEAL
  57. SABRES LOCK UP GRAGNANI FOR ANOTHER YEAR
  58. SEVENTH (HOCKEY) HEAVEN
  59. Sabres sign Matt MacKenzie
  60. SABRES SIGN PROSPECT KEVIN SUNDHER
  61. SABRES INK GAUTHIER-LEDUC TO ENTRY LEVEL CONTRACT
  62. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH CATENACCI AND KNAPP. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 4 April 2012.
  63. SABRES AGREE TO TERMS WITH CATENACCI AND KNAPP. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 4 April 2012.
  64. SABRES SIGN GOALTENDER LIEUWEN TO ENTRY-LEVEL CONTRACT. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 7 May 2012.
  65. SABRES SIGN DEFENSEMAN ALEXANDER SULZER. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 21 May 2012.
  66. ARMIA AGREES TO TERMS ON ENTRY LEVEL CONTRACT. Sabres.com. NHL.com. Retrieved on 18 June 2012.
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