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The Buffalo Sabres have been one of the more consistent franchises in the NHL since their arrival in 1970. The Sabres have made the postseason 29 times over the 40+ years in franchise history. Buffalo has not gone more than three consecutive years without qualifying for the playoffs, highlighted with their two conference championships. The Sabres have also won the division six times including the Presidents’ Trophy in the 2006-2007 season. During the 1970s, the Sabres were led by “The French Connection” that consisted of forwards Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin and René Robert. The trio made multiple All-Star games, hold many Sabres statistical records, and led the franchise to their first Stanley Cup appearance. The Sabres have retired all three of their sweater numbers and erected a statue in their honor. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Buffalo Sabres hockey tickets.

2014 Sabres Season Preview

This is a new Sabres team, and Buffalo fans are hoping the rebuilding process happens as quickly as possible. The Sabres traded captain Jason Pominville in the offseason, but have brought in defensemen Henrik Tallinder and Jamie McBain through trades as well. The #8 overall pick in the 2013 draft, Rasmus Ristolainen will play with the team this season instead of going down to the minor league system. The team is young, especially at the forward position, and they’ll be looking to sneak into a playoff spot this season.

The Sabres will have key home games early on in the season against the Kings on Nov. 12, the Maple Leafs on Nov. 26 and Canadiens on Nov. 27. They’ll face defending champion Chicago on March 9, but we’ll know way before then what to expect from this Buffalo team.

Check out our Buffalo Sabres Season Preview History page for previews of previous Sabres seasons.

Buffalo Sabres Hockey at First Niagara Center

Address: 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo, New York, 14203

The Buffalo Sabres play all their home games at the First Niagara Center, located in Buffalo, New York. It is common occurrence to hear over 19,000 screaming fans cheering on the Sabres. The First Niagara Center is also home to the Buffalo Bandits of the National Lacrosse League and the state-of-the-art facility hosts many entertainment acts throughout the year. The Buffalo Sabres home bench is on the First Niagara Center rink side in front of sections 104 & 105. First Niagara Center parking is covered in our Sabres event guide.

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Buffalo Sabres Rivals

Sabres vs. Maple Leafs

Connected by the Queen Elizabeth Way freeway, these two cities are divided by only 89 miles. They have both played in the Northeast Division since 1998, and Maple Leaf fans love to cross the border to try and get under the Sabres fans skin. There’s no doubt the Leafs have had the upper hand thus far, but upstate New Yorkers know it’s just a matter of time before the tides turn once again.

Sabres vs. Senators

Over the last 10 years the rivalry between the Sabres and Senators has grown into a full-blown grudge match, peaking with a huge brawl in 2007 that included a goalkeeper fight and a shouting match between coaches. Sabres fans will gleefully remind you they won that game 6-5. Buffalo has won three of the four playoff series the two teams have engaged in.

Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

After years of minor league hockey Buffalo was finally gifted an NHL team of their own in the form of the Buffalo Sabres in 1970. Despite failing to grasp a Stanley Cup the Sabres have been quite successful in winning two Eastern Conference Championships as well as appearing in 29 postseasons.

Buffalo Sabres Event Guide

What time do gates open prior to a Sabres game?

First Niagara Center has a soft opening to Sabres games 2 hours before the puck drops. The soft opening allows you to enter the arena, and gives you access to the concessions on the 1st floor. 1 hour before the game starts you will be allowed into the seating area.

Where are good places to eat before a Sabres game?

There are some great sports bars within a few blocks of First Niagara Center. Pearl Street Brewery is only about a half a mile from the arena, has a great atmosphere, and an even better menu. If you would rather not walk that far, try Benchwarmers Sports Bar & Grill, its only about a block to the arena and is usually full of Sabres fans. If you are looking for Pizza, try Gino & Joes. Gina & Joes serves large NY style pizza slices and has some of the best crust around. Other good places are Lagerhaus 95, Milo’s, and Pan American Grill & Brewery.

Where is the best place to park at First Niagara Center?

There are 3 large parking lots located on the west side of First Niagara Center on the south side of Perry Street. All 3 lots are within 350 yards to the arena and usually fill up quickly. We recommend getting to the game early to ensure yourself a spot, and be prepared to spend at least $15.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Sabres game?

Children 3 years old and under can be allowed into a Sabres game without a ticket. Before heading into the game you will have to visit the Account Services Office to try and obtain a child admittance pass. This pass will be issued subject to the size of the child and at the discretion of the staff. We recommend calling ahead of time and arriving to the arena early if you are bringing a child without a ticket.

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FrozenPondPilgrimage.com at HSBC Arena Downtown Buffalo is an ideal location for HSBC Arena and visiting sports fans will find that the city of Buffalo caters quite nicely to hockey fans looking for something to do before and after the game. The Downtown area has some really exceptional pubs and restaurants and a thriving nightlife on the weekends, but to start off an evening of NHL hockey, I like to go to the Pearl Street Grill & Brewery which is located just up the road from the HSBC arena. The food is excellent and there are lots of great microbrews on tap in an environment that’s made for hockey fans. The Pearl Street Grill & Brewery is a local favorite and you’ll find that plenty of Sabres fans gather there on game day before the puck drops at HSBC Arena. Buffalo is a great sports town and upon entering HSBC Arena, there's a unique energy present as 18,000 screaming Sabres fans cheer on their hometown Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres have been floundering as a franchise as of late, but with all-star goalie Ryan Miller between the pipes and head coach Lindy Ruff at the helm, they will continue to be a force in the Eastern Confernece. While in town, be sure to check out the Anchor Bar, originator of the famous Buffalo Chicken Wings, and also plan to check out Niagara Falls, which is located just thirty minutes from the downtown area. For more information on things to see and do in Buffalo, New York, feel free to check out my review at - http://www.nhlhockeyarenas.com/Buffalo-Sabres-HSBC-Arena-Review-MAR2010.html. February 15, 2011
Must see Sabres The Sabres are amazing and especially now with Pagula in charge this season will be another one to remember. In ones lifetime one needs to come to First Niagara Center (aka HSBC Arena) and see the Sabres play and all the die hard fans for them. There is no other environment like it! September 12, 2011
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