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In this episode, Jaffe and Razor break down the Bruins 3-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres. They discuss the Bruins slow start, Bussi and Lohrei being called up, healthy scratches, the hit on McAvoy & much more.
Aaron Portzline checks in before the Blue Jackets game vs the Islanders on Thursday to discuss Eric Robinson being traded to Buffalo, injuries to Adam Boqvist, Elvis Merzlikins, and Cole Sillinger and blowing late leads before taking questions from listeners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Red Winga come out fast again and punch another team in the mouth for a big lead early. This time the score was 4-0 and the team was the Buffalo Sabres. Goals from Larkin, Fabbri, Seider and Rasmussen had Detroit lookin poised for a blowout...But we know better than that. As has been the trend, Detroit tired in the 2nd, slowly allowing the Sabres back into the game. And with 10 minutes left, it was 4-3 after an electric Skinner PPG. But this time, despite a late penalty against, the Red Wings held on for the win 5-3. Alex Lyon was good again for Detroit, and he continues to mount a case for more starts. #lgrw Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by longtime friend and recurring guest Tone Pucks for a second consecutive day, this time to have a conversation about Von Miller from both a human and football standpoint in addition to expressing (much) frustration with the Buffalo Sabres. There's only so much that can be said with a limited amount of information being made to the public as of this recording, but the guys have opinions on Miller's present and future with the Bills following his arrest last week, even with the victim almost immediately recanting. They also question, fairly if fan reaction to how the team should handle the allegations would be different were Miller still playing at a high level. They also talk about the Sabres and a series of woes that have their season already in some trouble before we even get to Christmas. From non-existent offensive production at the bottom of the lineup to playing a small and soft hockey style to a messy goaltending situation, how much criticism does Kevyn Adams deserve for some offseason signings and early season roster management? Can the Sabres hold on until the team gets healthy and can Adams afford to trust youngsters to come up and produce? That, their long history with fantasy football, Super Bowls and much more. Follow Tone Pucks on Twitter @TonePucksRedux ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan and Shawn are joined by longtime LA Kings broadcaster and analyst Jim Fox to discuss how the Kings are playing like one of the top teams in the NHL (17:08). He talks about the play of Drew Doughty, Cam Talbot, Quentin Byfield and points to the team's center depth as a key reason for their high level of play. In addition, the guys talked about all the news to come out of the Board of Governors meetings in Seattle on Monday and Tuesday, including the projected $4.2 million rise in the salary cap for next season to hit $87.7 million, 2024 NHL Draft that will likely be held at Sphere in Las Vegas, and the international calendar the NHL is working to set beginning with plans for a four-team in-season tournament in 2025. They also hit on the surprising success of the Arizona Coyotes and goalie Connor Ingram, the disappointing play of the Buffalo Sabres and why there should be reasons for optimism that the Ottawa Senators can make a push to climb up the standings.
Join Phil and PK as they are back to 2 times a week! We break down the games that have any impact on the Bills during their bye week (2:30). Sabres show a quick flash but are otherwise disappointing (8:40). And we close up shopping talking all thing week 1 of the NLL season as we lead up to the Bandits first game of their season to defend their title (27:32).
The Nashville Predators escaped the weekend with a 1-1 record thanks to a win over the Buffalo Sabres and a loss to the New York Rangers. In today's episode, we break down the highs and lows from the past two games, including Filip Forsberg's career-best pace, Ryan O'Reilly's 1C performance, and Luke Schenn's rough return to the lineup. Plus, Tyson Barrie spent the past two games as a healthy scratch following reports the Preds have given the veteran D-man permission to seek a trade. What should we make of this report early? Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Live from the NHL Board of Governors meetings in Seattle, Elliotte Friedman joins Jeff to discuss the biggest topics on the agenda including the Coyotes' future home, potential new owners around the league, the Olympics, TV rights deals, and more! Later on, they dive into Quinton Byfield's breakout season with Los Angeles, the strength of the Byfield-Kopitar-Kempe line, and the patience teams and fans need to practice when developing top prospects. Jeff and Elliotte wrap up with a chat about the Sabres' underwhelming start and GM Kevyn Adams' next steps, before breaking down Nino Niederreiter's 3-year contract extension with the Jets. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
The Hurricanes dominated the Sabres Saturday night at PNC Arena, got 2 goals from Sebastian Aho and scored twice on the power play to extend their points streak to 4 straight games. Teuvo Teravainen had a goal and an assist. Andrei Svechnikov, Martin Necas, Jaccob Slavin and Brent Burns each had 2 assists and Brady Skjei added a shorthanded goal in the 3rd period. The Hurricanes start a six game road trip Monday night in Winnipeg.
The St. Louis Blues defeated the Sabres 6-4. The Blues now take on the Arizona Coyotes looking to improve their record against them to 3-1. With the Blues being one of the most inconsistent teams in the NHL it would be a huge win for the Blues to win back-to-back games before heading out to Las Vegas. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Jack Glor makes his sportscasting debut on "Tim Graham And Friends" brought to you by CTBK to discuss how his father has cruelly programmed him to be a Buffalo sports fan. Matthew Fairburn and Jonah Bronstein also drop by to discuss the latest Bills and Sabres news.
Special guest Matthew Barnaby joins Jeremy Roenick and Tim Peel for an EPIC episode. They cover the Corey Perry saga, the media and will he play again. Are the Sabres the NHL equivalent of the NY Jets? What's going on in the league with the fighting, Florida & Ottawa last week...are things getting more physical? And Connor McDavid goes from 79th in scoring to 9th in 48 hrs.
Watch the full show replay on our YouTube channel! 7:00 - Blues bash Sabres, Cowboys rally past Seahawks 7:15 - Pick the conference championship games in college football -- but you have to pick at least one upset 7:30 - Former PGA Tour pro Jay Delsing 7:45 - TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT 8:00 – Fresh Take: The Brewers are poised to sign Jackson Chourio, according to Ken Rosenthal. Which Cardinals should be approached about long-term deals? 8:15 - Kyle Gibson INT 8:30 - The Fight 8:45 - Joey Vitale 9:00 - RUSH HOUR RESET 9:15 - Mizzou broadcaster Mike Kelly 9:30 - Cuts from Brooke's interview with Brady Cook 9:45 - Rocc & Roll Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is solo and takes some questions and comments on "Fan Friday" or as Patrick likes to call it----mailing in today's show. Among the topics discussed today is instant reaction to the allegations and pending arrest of star Buffalo Bills defensive end Von Miller on domestic abuse charges, the chances of Bills head coach Sean McDermott losing his job, a peak into the free agent and salary cap situation of the Bills once they get to the offseason, ranking the most season detrimental losses to this point and non-Josh Allen things to still love about the team. Patrick also gets into the Sabres not signing Patrick Kane, if Devon Levi going to Rochester is a good thing, CM Punk returning to WWE and more. Enjoy the weekend----get out and/or stay home and do some Christmas stuff! ♦♦♦♦♦ Follow Patrick Moran/Talking Buffalo Podcast Substack: Patrick Moran's Substack Twitter: @PatMoranTweets. Facebook: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube: Talking Buffalo Podcast YouTube Channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Sabres travel to St. Louis to face the St. Louis Blues, who Sneaky Joe labels as "FRAUDS". Why are they frauds? Joe points to several flaws with their roster and some of their advanced numbers. Plus, are we overreacting to the Sabres using 11 forwards and 7 defensemen on a consistent basis? And Joe is finally ready to hit on a same game parlay. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hailey, Max and Sean share their good and bad surprises, team and player performance, division by division, as the NHL reaches the quarter mark of the season with in-depth discussion on the Bruins, Devils, Canucks, Oilers, Ducks, Kings, Sabres, Wild and Panthers. Plus, the trio wonders how effective Patrick Kane will be for the Detroit Red Wings once he makes his season debut after recovering from hip surgery, and will he make his Wings debut next week in his hometown of Buffalo? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doug's not gonna be real good to us today because of the Sabres being in town. Buck Swope wasn't happy with Jackson yesterday. EMOTD word count. Sinbad Saturday. Iggy's Facebook activity and music festival. The Bailey's situation hitting a fever pitch and it's affecting the Cardinals and Blues. You can always move away from St. Louis if you want to watch the Blues vs. Sabres on a Thursday night. Can PocketTube save us? We're having phone line issues but tail call in. Now they're fixed and Dogtown Ty is here to talk about Bailey's. Chairman Steve is in great spirits this morn. JBoyd, Riley, and Olivia from Hotshots join us to talk TMA End of the Year awards and new menu items. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff kicks off the show with Hailey Salvian of The Athletic to break down how the Blackhawks have handled the Corey Perry situation, Brock Boeser leading the league in goals, the PWHL announcing their season openers, and more. Then, legendary voice of the Predators, Peter Weber, joins the show to reflect on calling his 2000th game, the Predators' 6-game win streak with Filip Forsberg leading the way, and the best players he's watched in Nashville over the years (31:36). Next, HHOF broadcaster Sam Rosen stops by to discuss the Rangers' division-leading first quarter of the season, Artemi Panarin's strong start to the year, and Jonathan Quick's impact in New York (50:13). Later on, Matt Marchese joins Jeff as they discuss the first edition of the “All-Star Fact of the Day”. Finally, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News weighs in on Devon Levi's demotion to the AHL, the season so far for the Sabres, Peyton Krebs continuing to search for his role with the team, and more (01:22:22). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Jeff kicks off the show with Max Bultman of the Athletic to break down the big news regarding Patrick Kane's decision to sign in Detroit. Then, Matt Marchese and Jeff look back on the craziness from last night's Panthers-Senators game, the “fire D.J. Smith” chants from the home crowd, and more. Later, Michael Russo joins the show to discuss the coaching change in Minnesota, what Jon Hynes brings to the table, and why the Wild decided that he was the right fit at the helm (31:45). Shayna Goldman kicks off the second hour with her thoughts on how Kane will fit in with the Red Wings, the Sabres' up-and-down season, and if Boston will come back down to Earth (50:04). Dallas Stars General Manager and reigning GM of the Year, Jim Nill stops by to discuss the rise in hip injuries around the game, what goes into building a team's schedule, his thoughts on neck guards, and more (01:20:28)! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.