Buffalo Sabres Stanley Cup finals presence was in 1975 and 1999. They first lost to Philadelphia Flyers followed by Dallas Stars.
Sabres is a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. It was established in 1970 and has been under NHL ever since.
The current owner of the squad is a petroleum engineer Terry Pegula. At their inception, they played at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium.
Since 1996, Sabres have played their home games at the KeyBank Center. The squad has the longest playoff drought period of 12 years in ice hockey league history.
Buffalos earned 91 points in the regular season. To enter the 2022-23 postseason, they competed with the New Jersey Devils but lost by a 6-2 overall score.
Although Buffalo has not become the winner of the postseason, they have won the regular season. The National Hockey League franchise received its first and only President's Trophy in the 2006-07 season.
- Founded: 1970
- Owner: Terry Pegula
- General Manager: Kevyn Adams
- Head Coach: Don Granato
- Captain: Kyle Okposo