Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams was in studio on Monday, as he joined the “Howard and Jeremy Show” on WGR. Adams covered many different topics during his interview with Jeremy White and Joe DiBiase, including analytics. Paul Hamilton has more:
BUFFALO – As the owner of three first-round picks this year, Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams has accumulated some substantial draft capital. If Adams offers one or two of the selections in a trade, he can likely acquire some established talent that might help the upstart Sabres right away.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Sabres are cleaning out their lockers during the first round of the playoffs once again, but a strong finish to the season has fans feeling optimistic for the first time in recent memory. General manager Kevyn Adams and head coach Don Granato will met with the media at 11 a.m. […]
After a number of players spoke over the weekend at their end-of-season press conferences, it was Kevyn Adams’ and Don Granato’s turn on Tuesday to meet with the media to close out the year. Paul Hamilton has more from the Sabres general manager:
Adams said Michigan really prepared him, “He played huge minutes on a top team in the country and got the chance to go to World Juniors, he got a chance to go to the Olympics and I think when you add it all up, it was a great development year.“
Buffalo Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams says he has total support for goaltending prospect Devon Levi returning to Northeastern to play his junior season. Paul Hamilton has more details:
BUFFALO – In assessing Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen’s play, Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams looks beyond the suspect numbers the goalie prospect has compiled. “Better than his numbers,” Adams said prior to Tuesday’s 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes at KeyBank Center. “That’s why I think you got to be careful in the American League getting too caught up in that.”
The Sabres prioritized keeping their young core in a position to succeed over the final 19 games. Kevyn Adams explored the various avenues that teams venture down ahead of the NHL trade deadline - utilizing the Sabres' cap space to broker a deal, trading expiring contracts for future assets, even adding players who fit the mold of what is being built in Buffalo.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The growth throughout the Buffalo Sabres organization is indisputable, and the closeness among its players is palpable. "You can really see we're brothers in the locker room. We care about each other, and we have something really good going on," Sabres defenseman Rasmus Dahlin said March 13 after Buffalo beat Toronto in the outdoor Heritage Classic 5-2 in Hamilton, Ontario.