Top 10 Buffalo Sabres Players of All-TimeThe Buffalo Sabres, one of the only NHL teams without a Stanley Cup title. The Sabres were founded in 1970. Of all the people that ever played for the Sabres, which one in your opinion is the best?
Gilbert's amazing career began and ended in Buffalo as the Sabres went from an expansion team in 1970 to a Stanley Cup contender in 1975 and maintaining its status as one of hockey's best, just like Perrault.
He scored 512 goals, 814 assists and remains the all-time Sabres leader in goals, assists, points, game-winning goals, and shots on goal. He's the only Sabre to have his jersey retired. He once scored 7 points in a single game, still a Sabres record. Gilbert, a Buffalo Sabres legend for all times.
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1990, Gilbert Perrault played a total of 17 seasons in the NHL. All of which he played for the Buffalo Sabres.
Hasek was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2014. After leaving the Sabres, Hasek went to win two Stanley Cups with the Red Wings.
Inducted into The Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003, Pat LaFonatine went to win the Bill Masterton Memorial Trohphy in 1995.
Inducted into The Hockey Hall of Fame in 2017, Andreychuk holds the NHL record for most power play goals, with 274.
Eichel was selected 2nd overall in the 2015 NHL Draft. And is currently serving as captain of the Sabres, as of 2018.
After leaving the Sabres, Breire led the 2010 NHL playoffs in points, playing for the Flyers.
As of 2018 Turgeon is currently the most productive NHL player not in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2015, Housley is the current head coach of the Sabres, as of 2018.
In the 1992-93 NHL Season Mogilny lead the league in goals, with a whopping 76 in 77 GP.
The Sabres selected Miller 135th overall in the 1999 NHL Draft. In 2010 Miller won the Vezina Trophy.
You're expecting a General Hospital alumni here, well you're in a wrong survey, this Rick Martin was the most underrated member of the famed French Connection that made the Buffalo Sabres playoff contenders throughout the 1970s, his best season was the 1974-75 season which was the peak of the Sabres French Connection era as they made the Stanley Cup Finals. That season he scored 52 goals enroute to 95 points and he did it in only 68 games. He may be gone but not forgotten.