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Buffalo Sabres is a professional ice hockey team for Buffalo, New York. It was established in the year 1970 together with the Vancouver Canucks by the time they expanded into 14 teams. They played in “First Niagara Centre” starting from 1996. Aside from that, they also played in “Buffalo Memorial Auditorium” since the time of franchise last 1970. Buffalo Sabres team is owned currently of Terry Pegula.
This team has advanced for two times in the Stanley Cup Finals; losing the Dallas Stars in 1999 and Philadelphia Flyers in the year 1975. The best famous line of the team’s history is “The French Connection” which consists of Rene Robert, Gilbert Perreault and Rick Martin.
Wanting to have a name aside from “bison” that is usual among this sports team. Knoxes quickly commissioned a contest of the team’s name. The winner choice is the “Sabres”. This was chosen due to the feeling of knowing that “sabre” is a weapon used by leaders that can effectively utilize for both defense and offense. 1970 was the year when this team debuted; also being the main league sports of Buffalo.
The connection of French allowed Danny Gare to score prolifically in the Sabres team (1975-1976). Thus, the team lost in New York islanders. The Sabres experienced success in late 1970 behind the French connection and Gare yet they were failed to return in the Finals inspite of the championship in Wales Conference in 1980. The era of the French connection ended so as the limelight for the team.
The NHL realigned the conferences then adopted the intra-divisional format of playoff. This was the beginning of the era where the Sabres finish the middle of the Division of Adams. In the year 2005-2006, the Sabres made the team’s best record for over twenty years. The team won 52 times in the regular season that surpasses the 50-win mark first time in franchising history.