HOCKEY HOTLINE: Thursday, February 19
Buffalo Sabres forward Torrey Mitchell kicked off the show, as the team is in Philadelphia preparing for tonight’s 8 p.m. tilt against the Flyers. The contest opens up a run of three-games-in-four-nights, continuing with home games against the Rangers (Fri.) and Nashville (Sun.). Following a day off on Wednesday, Mitchell says that getting proper rest will be the key to succeeding during this busy stretch.
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Also joining the show today from Philadelphia was Sabres TV analyst Brad May for his weekly appearance. The always-insightful May shared his thoughts on what it’s like to live and play in Buffalo, along with some memories of former Sabre Steve Montador who passed away unexpectedly on Sunday at age 35.
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Today’s NHL Insider segment featured Ken Campbell, The Hockey News’ senior writer. Campbell touched on several topics, including what could happen to Phil Kessel at the trade deadline, and how the salary cap could affect numerous teams as we approach the March 2 deadline.
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Listen to Sabres Hockey Hotline every Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to Noon on Sports Radio WGR 550 with your hosts Kevin Sylvester and Andrew Peters. The show can also be streamed live at WGR550.com and on WGR’s mobile app.