Buffalo is a city haunted by past sports failures. The Buffalo Bills lost a uneviable record four Super Bowls in a row while the Sabres twice made it to the Stanley Cup Final, losing both in six-game series. You wouldn’t be faulted for sympathizing with their anguisihing plight. The Sabres are a young team looking to put the pieces together and rise back to heights not reached for many years. The key to returning to glory will be in meshing their many young stars into a cohesive, consistent unit that can consistently challenges for a playoff position.

Who Do The Buffalo Sabres Play Next

When placing a wager on the Sabres, find out who they play next and see if you can get a feeling on how the teams matchup by researching some key statistics.

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Buffalo Sabres@Carolina Hurricanes
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Nashville Predators@Buffalo Sabres
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Buffalo Sabres Game Schedule

Look at the Buffalo Sabres schedule to get a jump on what bets you’re thinking about making. You won’t get caught with your pants down as long as you put in the required pre-game work.

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Buffalo Sabres Standings Today

It’s important to check where the Buffalo Sabres opponents sit in the standings, as it will offer some invaluable insight into potential betting options.

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How To Make Money Betting On Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres joined the NHL along with the Vancouver Canucks in the expansion of 1970, increasing the league's size to 14 teams at the time. What is unique about that expansion is that neither of those teams have managed to win a Stanley Cup, going a combined zero for five in Stanley Cup Final apperances. 

The Sabres have produced many great players, from Hall of Famer Gilbert Perreault, the first player they ever drafted. They've been coached by legends such as Punch Imlach, Scotty Bowman, Roger Neilson and John Muckler, none of whom ever managed to help the Sabres lift hockey's Holy Grail aloft.