Predictions for the Buffalo Sabres’ 2014-15 Season


The Buffalo Sabres’ 2014-15 season begins Thursday night with a matchup against what should be a solid Columbus Blue Jackets team. To say expectations are low may be the understatement of the century.

Coming off arguably one of the worst seasons in NHL history, the Sabres had a lot of work to do to become respectable this season. General manager Tim Murray, beginning his first full season, has seemingly done that by adding a few veteran faces to what would otherwise be an extremely young team. 

Head coach Ted Nolan also brought in Hall of Fame center Bryan Trottier and former Moncton Wildcat (of the QMJHL) head coach Danny Flynn as his assistants. Both of them should have a positive impact on the younger players in the system. 

But despite these improvements, what will the final result be on the ice? Here are a few predictions for the upcoming season. 

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