Daily Dasherboard July 6, 2013

Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

Just another day in Buffalo for Darcy Regier and company, while the rest of the National Hockey League entertained thoughts of the Stanley Cup through making their team better via free agency.

The Buffalo Sabres are looking for a stronger foothold in Rochester, arena upgrades and possibly a name change planned.  [Rochester Democrat and Chronicle].

Did your team get better yesterday?  A flurry of moves opens up NHL free agency.  [New York Times].

The Ottawa Senators let Daniel Alfredsson leave town, but win the Bobby Ryan sweepstakes.  [Bleacher Report].

Now that he is with Detroit – is it just a one more season for Daniel Alfredsson, or can the modern dynasty keep Alfie around for more than one year?  [CBC].

Wrigley Field is home to champions, at least for a day as the Chicago Blackhawks continue their summer long celebration.  [ESPN].

It is no April fools trick or a trade announced prematurely.  The Boston Bruins have added Jarome Iginla to their roster.  [Stanley Cup of Chowder].

Ray Emery now joins the Philadelphia Flyers.  What more can the city of Brotherly Love do to try and become a Stanley Cup Champion.  [NWI.com].

Are there more moves available for the Buffalo Sabres?  Are you happy with the actions/inactions of the Buffalo Sabres?

Topics: Buffalo Sabres

Want more from Sabre Noise?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.
  • davidmuscalo

    The Sabres have not signed Miller or Vanek. I am not happy; I am anxious!

    • Timothy Redinger

      Doubt they will – I fully anticipate both being moved at some point between now and the trade deadline, or hitting free agency at the end of next season.

      • PaulR

        I think moving either, or both, becomes increasingly difficult as every day passes. This year was difficult to start because of the lower salary cap, but now that deals have been done, who has room for $6-$7 million players?

        Also, if the Sabres trade Vanek, they will completely lack any offensive punch whatsoever. Our top line would be 3rd liners elsewhere.

TEAMFeed More Sabres news from the Fansided Network

Hot on the Web From golf.com