The Sabres average ticket price for regular season NHL games has decreased significantly since reaching its highest during the 2011-2012 season, where the average ticket price was $119. The lowest average ticket price for the Buffalo Sabres was $35 during the 2014-2015 season. The current average Sabres ticket price for the 2016-2017 season is at $49, which is a 20% increase compared to the 2015-2016 season ticket price of $39.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Sabres Season Preview
The 2016-2017 Buffalo Sabres schedule is set and the Sabres are working towards a winning season. The Sabres finished the 2015-2016 season 7th in the Atlantic Division and 14th in the Eastern Conference. The 2016-2017 Sabres season will be the first season with assistant coach Tom Ward. One of the biggest Sabres free agent acquisitions is Kyle Okposo from the New York Islanders, who signed a 7 year contract with Buffalo. TicketCity is the place to go for Buffalo Sabres tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Sabres at KeyBank Center, or supporting Buffalo on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Buffalo Sabres tickets, including home and away games.
Buffalo Sabres Hockey at KeyBank Center Address: 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza, Buffalo, New York, 14203
The Buffalo Sabres play all their home games at the KeyBank Center, located in Buffalo, New York. It is common occurrence to hear over 19,000 screaming fans cheering on the Sabres. The KeyBank 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 KeyBank Center rink side in front of sections 104 & 105. KeyBank Center parking is covered in our Sabres event guide.
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.
2015 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
After two seasons of finishing in the basement of the Eastern Conference, the Buffalo Sabres have much to celebrate heading into the 2015 NHL season. The Sabres made major changes in the offseason, bringing in coach Dan Bylsma and drafting one of the most exciting talents of this generation, Jack Eichel. Eichel could see plenty of playing time early for the Sabres, and will be surrounded by what looks like a completely different Sabres roster in 2015. The new faces in Buffalo include goaltender Robin Lehner, along with veterens Cody Franson, Evander Kane, and Jamie McGinn. With a completely revamped roster and system, the largest question mark for the 2015 Buffalo Sabres team will be how quickly it takes them to come together. If they Sabres gel quickly, they could be one of the surprising teams in the Eastern Conference. If they don’t? It could be another basement finish for the Buffalo Sabres.
2014 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
2013 was a year to forget for Buffalo Sabres fans. The Sabres finished the season with a record of 21-51 and had the lowest win total and points total in the NHL. It was the 3rd year in a row that Buffalo did not qualify for the playoffs and the 5th time in 7 years. But there is major reason for Buffalo Sabres fans to be optimistic coming into 2014, because the team made some major moves in the offseason. Sabres GM Tim Murray brought in Brian Gionta, Andre Benoit, and Josh Gorges to try and change the culture around the team quickly. They will team with Cody Hodgson and try to win with a star by committee approach. There is little doubt that the Sabres will be vastly improved upon their bleak season in 2013 and many of the players are not convinced that the team can’t sneak into one of the Eastern Conferences wide open wild card playoff spots. Either way it will be fun to watch what looks to be an entirely different Buffalo Sabres Hockey team for 2014.
2013 Buffalo 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.
2012 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
The Buffalo Sabres had high hopes entering the 2011-12 season, but fell to 14th place in the Eastern Conference by the All-Star Break. Although the team was able to maintain a late-season surge and climb into the last playoff spot, they ultimately lost a tiebreaker to the Washington Capitals and finished the season with a 39-32-11 record. Heading into the 2012-13 season, the Sabres have experienced a few changes offensively and defensively, but the core of the team is still intact and ready to show that their disappointing year was just an aberration. Offensively, the Sabres will have to overcome the loss of center Derek Roy, but still have very talented wingers in Jason Pominville and Thomas Vanek. Pominville led the Sabres in goals, assists and points during the 2011-12 season, so he figures to be one of the most important role players in the Sabres' offense. Cody Hodgson is expected to be the top center for the Sabres this year, but new additions like Steve Ott, Mikhail Grigorenko and Zemgus Girgensons could vie for playing time as well. An improvement in depth is one of the Sabres' brightest spots heading into the new season, which should keep the lines fresh and improve the team's scoring attack. On defense, the Sabres need to see a marked improvement from defenseman Tyler Myers, but should benefit from stronger play on the blue line from Christian Ehrloff and Jordan Leopold. The team also has great depth behind them with Robyn Regehr and Andrej Sekera. Regehr lead the team with 112 blocked shots, and was one of the most important penalty kill players on the roster during last season. By far, the most important player on the Sabres' squad is goaltender Ryan Miller, who has proven to be one of the best goalies in the NHL. While Miller was injured during the 2011-12 season, his backup Jhonas Enroth gained valuable playing time which could pay off this year. The Sabres will open up the 2012-13 season against the Pittsburgh Penguins at home, and luckily for them, they will play all of last year's Western Conference playoff teams at home as well. Other highlights include a New Year's Eve game against their archrival, the Ottawa Senators, and a Super Bowl Sunday showdown against the St. Louis Blues. Although the Sabres have undergone only a few changes during the offseason, they are hoping that their younger players can take the next step and get the team back into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
2011 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
A number of talented players will be playing in Buffalo next year, including Brad Boyes and Derek Roy. Goaltender Ryan Miller will also be returning to the team, who has posted admirable statistics in past years. In the 2010-11 regular season, Miller was the 12th ranked goalie in the NHL.
2010 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
The Buffalo Sabres had a solid regular season last year, but Ryan Miller disappointed between the pipes in the first round of the playoffs, they were quickly upset by the Boston Bruins. This season, the Sabres return much of the same team as last year, and will be looking to avoid the post-season flare out that plagued them in 2010. The offense will be highlighted by several recent acquisitions including Shaone Morrisonn, who should provide a legitmate scoring threat. Also leading the offense will be center Derek Roy, who lead the team last year with 69 points on 26 goals and 43 assists. The production of Tim Connolly and Thomas Vanek, who netted 28 goals last season, should make up for the loss of forward Raffi Torres during the offseason. The defense is centered around Miller's goaltending. Miller, who had an outstanding regular season as well as a legendary Olympic run with Team USA, was somewhat of a disappointment during the playoffs and this team will likely go as far as he takes them. Buffalo also signed Rob Niedermayer to provide some stability in the back line.
2009 Buffalo Sabres Season Preview
The 2009-2010 NHL season should be a good one for the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres barely missed the NHL playoffs last season, so expect Buffalo to rebound with a successful trip to the 2010 postseason. Sabres' Head Coach Lindy Ruff will rely on a solid team that is led by captain Craig Rivet to propel Buffalo to the top of the Northeast Division.
Buffalo Sabres - 11/30/2016
The Sabres were graced with the return of Jack Eichel as he made his season debut and his return definitely had an impact on the team as he scored two points, allowing the Sabres to defeat the Senators.