Buffalo Sabres Tickets
The Buffalo Sabres had another season of not making it to the playoffs last year, but they are working on improving their chances for the 2016-2017 season. They have said goodbye to Chad Johnson and Mark Pysyk and hello to Kyle Okposo, Anders Nilsson and Dmitry Kulikov. The team is optimistic that some of the work they have been doing on and off the ice last season and during the offseason will make a difference this year. They have set their sights on making the postseason this year. Don't miss out on all the action on the ice. Razorgator has tickets to all the games. Ticket prices range from $48 and up.
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On the Sabres page, choose the game to view available Sabres NHL tickets and the interactive First Niagra Center seating chart. Hover over any section on the seating chart to see a view from the seats in that section—a preview of where you will be sitting and what your view of the ice will be like. Click on a section to filter Buffalo Sabres ticket options, see how many seats are still available, and view current Sabres ticket prices. When you’re ready to buy Sabres tickets, just click the orange “buy” button and they’ll be added to your cart. If you already have an account, just log in and you’re good to go. Otherwise, conveniently check out as a guest or with your PayPal account. Prefer to order Buffalo Sabres hockey tickets by phone? No problem! You can call one of our experienced customer service reps at 800-542-4466 seven days a week. All Sabres digital tickets are delivered to your email as a pdf file and physical tickets are shipped overnight by FedEx.
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Buffalo Sabres tickets are available as soon as the Sabres schedule is announced. If you don’t want to miss out on the best seats this season, get tickets today in the section you want before they sell out at First Niagra Center. Sabres Atlantic divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Sabres vs Leafs tickets, Sabres vs Bruins tickets and Sabres vs Senators tickets. Buffalo Sabres playoff tickets and Stanley Cup tickets will be available if and when the Sabres advance to the NHL playoffs. Razorgator has many Buffalo Sabres digital tickets for games at First Niagra Center too, which are available to purchase up until the puck drops and are conveniently delivered to your email. So, even when you need to buy last minute Sabres tickets, we’ve got you covered!
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Buffalo Sabres News
The Buffalo Sabres beat the Penguins in a shootout game on November 19. Anders Nilsson had an impressive 46 saves. William Carrier scored early, and then the Penguins tied it up in the third. Cal O’REilly had the only goal in the shootout to give the Sabres the win. They continued their winning ways when they beat the Flames 4-2 on the 21. However, they were unable to get another win when they lost in a shootout against the Red Wings on the 23. They next head to Washington to play the Capitals and then off to Ottawa to play the Senators on the 29 and back home on the 1 to host the Rangers. You can still get tickets to all games, with prices starting at $16.
Yesterday was tough for fans of the Buffalo Sabres. The home team was unable to stop the visiting Ottawa Senators and, unfortunately, the loss came in a shootout. Buffalo had taken the early lead in the first period, scoring a single goal. That goal was answered in the second period, with Ottawa tacking on a point of their own. Neither team could break the tie in regular time. It went to a shootout, where the Senators managed to outscore the Sabres 2 - 1. Buffalo will now have a day to recover before hosting the New Jersey Devils tomorrow night. Tickets to the game are on sale and available for $28.
The Buffalo Sabres are pulling up the caboose in the NHL Atlantic standings with one win and four losses so far this season. They are on a three-game losing streak despite their ability to score goals during each game played. On October 25, the Sabres played against the Philadelphia Flyers. The game was nothing short of exciting, especially when they Sabres scored three goals in the second period. However, the Flyers didn’t let that get them down and instead they answered with three goals of their own in the third period, leading the two teams into overtime. Philadelphia was able to finish off the Sabres with the winning goal in overtime. Cheer the Sabres on to victory during their next game on October 29.
The Buffalo Sabres take on the Canadiens at home on October 13 for the start to the 2016-2017 season. The preseason went well, with the Sabres going 3-4. In their latest preseason game, they beat Ottawa 4-2, thanks to Evander Kane and Sam Reinhart, who each scored two goals. The Sabres are hopeful for the season, but they will have to work without Jack Eichel for at least the first part. This week during practice, he suffered an ankle sprain, which might take between 46 and 48 days to recover. You can still get tickets for all the games this season to see the action in person, including the opener on the 13. Ticket prices start at $51.
The Buffalo Sabres will be heading to trading camp very soon, and there are a few more changes that might happen before then. The team has yet to sign Rasmus Ristolainen, the top defenseman for the team. If the contract is not settled prior to training camp, Ristolainen might holdout. The Sabres also lost out on Jimmy Vesey, who has chosen to go to the Rangers. They have brought in some new players over the offseason, including free agent Kyle Okposo. The preseason begins with a game at home against the Wild on September 26. You can already get your tickets for this game and the rest of the season. Prices start at $56 for the season opener.