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Jr. Sabres Luke Tuch Commits To Boston University

By Nicole Del Villano The Buffalo Jr. Sabres are happy to congratulate 16U player Luke Tuch on his commitment to Boston University. Tuch is completing his first season with the Jr. Sabres after spending nine years with the Syracuse Nationals organization. The forward credited the influence and guidance of his brother, Alex Tuch of the […]

Junior Sabres Blank Adirondack In Quebec

By Olga Khmylev– Coming off a hard-fought 2-1 win against Team Illinois in an exhibition game, the 12u Buffalo Junior Sabres extended their winning streak with a decisive 3-0 win over the Adirondack Junior Wings today. After an evenly matched start to the game, Ryan Smith pounced on a loose puck, fought through a check […]

12U Jr. Sabres Knock Off Top Ranked Chicago Mission In Quebec

By Ed Grudzinski In what most would call a tough draw the 12u Jr. Sabres had to open the Quebec International Hockey Tournament against the number one US ranked Chicago mission Monday morning in Quebec city. If the boys were nervous they didn’t show it as they won the game in dramatic fashion during a […]

Team Prince Joins Team Edge

What happens when the top two hockey development programs join forces? The answer is obvious, you get a program that can offer what others can’t. NewEdge Hockey Development Academy has taken the Western NY, hockey market by storm and has been the “go to” program for players from all over who are looking to advance […]

Annual “Hockey Is For Everyone” Month Begins Today

NEW YORK/TORONTO (Feb. 1, 2018) – As part of its ongoing effort to celebrate diversity and inclusion in hockey, the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), National Hockey League (NHL) and its 31 Member Clubs announced Hockey Is For Everyone month begins today. The annual campaign focuses on awareness and activities with organizations that celebrate […]

New York Raptors Play Their Third Home Game

By Michael Meyers — The New York Raptors defeated the Central Park Stars, 7-5. It was the third home game of the season for the Raptors. The Raptors record is now four wins and five losses for the 2017-18 season.  

Iroquois Hockey Report

11/24/2017 Iroquois 3 EA/Holland 5 In a battle of cross town rivals the Iroquois face a very difficult opponent in the EA/Holland team. Iroquois started slow but rallied late in the game to make it interesting. Iroquois had goals from new transitioned forward Jack Zienski, Aaron Wojkowiak, and Ben Plonka. . Assisting on these goals […]

Iroquois Chiefs JV’s Top Kenmore

Iroquois 5 Kenmore 3 After an exciting first game victory on Wednesday night the Iroquois Chiefs JV team looked to keep the momentum going against the Kenmore/Sweethome team. Playing in their usual late Friday night slot the Chiefs played stuck to their successful game plan of outworking the opposition and winning many of the puck […]

Yonkers, NY Hockey Group To Get Money From NHLPA’s Goals & Dreams Donation

TORONTO (Oct. 26, 2017) – The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) is pleased to announce that the players’ grassroots hockey initiative, the NHLPA Goals & Dreams (G&D) fund, will donate a total of $150,000 worth of brand new hockey equipment to 12 different youth hockey programs throughout the first round of G&D distributions for […]

Buffalo Regals Junior Team “Spotlight” Player

The Buffalo Regals Junior Team will “spotlight” a player on a weekly basis. Our first Spotlight Player for the week ending October 13th is Captain Ben Gallivan. Submitted by: Peter Preteroti 716-491-0375 Player Name Benjamin Gallivan Jersey # 17 Position Forward Hometown Kenmore, NY Previous Team NY Applecore Grade in School Graduated 2015 Favorite Subject […]

Buffalo Stars Youth Spotlight Player of the Week

Buffalo Stars Youth Spotlight Player of the Week ending October 15 is Colin Thomas of the U16 AA team. Name: Colin Thomas Age: 16 Height: 6’ 1” Weight: 145 Position: Center Hometown: Buffalo Grade in School: 11 Favorite Subject: Science Career Interest: Medical Field Favorite NHL Player: Sidney Crosby Favorite College Team: Boston University Favorite […]

A Blast From The Past

For two players on the ice, Friday was a real blast from the past. New York Rangers defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk and Columbus Blue Jackets forward Cam Atkinson were sharing a rink again, but this time they were opponents. During the television broadcast, a picture of a young Atkinson was shown wearing full Rangers gear. It […]

The Buffalo Sabres announced that registration is now open for the team’s Learn to Play program. Sabres alumnus Patrick Kaleta will continue in his second year of implementing and managing the program. As a Buffalo native, Kaleta has worked with numerous local charity organizations throughout his career to help benefit families in Western New York. […]

AHL and Eaton To Award an Ephesus LED Sports Lightning System To One Local Skating Rink

SYRACUSE, N.Y. … Power management company Eaton and The American Hockey League (AHL)today announced an innovative consumer promotion, “Light Like the Pros,” which will award a free Ephesus LED sports lighting system to one community ice skating rink in an AHL market. The season-long promotion, which began October 10, requires ice skating rink owners, coaches, […]