Jack N. Goods

  • joined Nov 11, 2011
  • last login Jul 09, 2014
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Jack Goods is a freshman at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a graduate of Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York. He has been writing since he was 16, when he started at the now InLacrosseWeTrust.com. Along with his lacrosse coverage, he is also a contributing writer on the SB Nation Sabres site Die By The Blade and the Predators site On The Forecheck. Follow him on twitter @GoodsOnSports.

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Links: BUF top in prospects, Ice GM talks Reinhart


It's no breaking news that the Sabres future looks bright, but seeing their prospects ranked number one by SI is still nice to see. Kootenay's GM spoke yesterday, and said Sabres fans may be seeing one of those young guns sooner rather than later.

Links: Hackett signs, players file for arbitration


It's been a quiet holiday weekend in the NHL as things start to wind down after the high point of the NHL off-season. Steve Ott is still a free agent though, and as time passes you begin to wonder what the market for him is really like.

Links: Regier hired by Yotes, Sabres sign Strachan


Happy 4th of July! The Sabres made another signing yesterday, this one smaller than the others as Murray turns his focus towards Rochester. Darcy Regier is back in the league, and hopes to help be a part of the turnaround in Arizona.

Links: Gionta introduced, Scott signs with Sharks


Brian Gionta spoke with the media wearing his newly minted #12 Sabres jersey, the first of the free agents to be formally introduced. As one Sabre enters, another one leaves as John Scott will be protecting players on the other side of the country.

Rick Jeanneret diagnosed with cancer


You can send him your well wishes through email.

Projecting next year's Sabres lineup


It's never too early to start looking towards opening night, and Murray's July 1st moves start to make the lineup look clearer.

Links: Free Agency Recap, Vanek & Miller get deals


It was a crazy day yesterday, as it seems the contact window really did speed up the free agency process. Are you happy with how day one went down?

Tim Murray addresses the media after moves


The Sabres were certainly busy, and Tim Murray explained the reasoning behind all their moves today.

Sabres sign Meszaros to one-year deal


Just when you thought the Sabres were done, they've signed another veteran free agent.

Sabres sign Moulson, Foligno


Tim Murray had stated that he was interested in bringing back both Steve Ott and Matt Moulson, and he's already locked up the later to a long-term deal.

Sabres sign Gionta, McCormick


The Sabres have made another splash today, bringing in Rochester native Brian Gionta and bringing back Cody McCormick.

Sabres acquire Gorges from Montreal


The Sabres have made their first move of the day, acquiring Josh Gorges from Montreal.

Free Agency primer, tracker, and open thread


Today's the day the Sabres spending spree can begin! Here's you're meta-hub for all the contracts that are signed today.

Links: Reinhart introduced, Sabres targeting vets


Today is one of the most exciting days of the off-season, maybe even the whole year to be honest. Do you think the Sabres will be active today, or wait for the big name players to get signed?

Sabres qualify RFA's, McBain doesn't receive offer


The Sabres have another spot open on the defense now that McBain becomes an unrestricted free agent.

Defensive options for the Sabres in free agency


Free agency begins tomorrow, and the Sabres need to spend serious money. Now without Ehrhoff, a new defenseman will be one of the items on their shopping list.

Links: Ehrhoff analysis, Reinhart to be introduced


Sam Reinhart will begin making the rounds with media today, and as one Sabre enters another one leaves. Now a day out of it, does the Ehrhoff buy out make more sense to you?

Murray makes first questionable move with Ehrhoff


Murray's approval rating has been high since taking over for Darcy Regier. However, that may take a hit after his buy-out of Christian Ehrhoff.

Links: Draft analysis, Spezza nixes deal


The draft is over, and now the Sabres are ready to move on to the next step in the off-season. Today is the day that teams must tender their RFAs. Is it the last day Jamie McBain is a member of the Sabres?

Links: Reinhart a Sabre, Kesler and Neal moved


The anticipation is finally over, and fans are rewarded for the Sabres' poor season. Now we welcome Sam Reinhart to Buffalo, and await the rest of Tim Murray's picks today.

Sabres Links: Draft Day Edition!


The day has finally arrived. After all the speculation, all the discussions, all the late night Youtube highlight watching, it is finally time for us to find out who the Sabres will take second overall.

Links: Bolts sign Callahan, LA signs Gaborik


It was a busy day in the NHL yesterday as teams worked hard to get their ducks in a row before Friday's draft and free agency next week. Yesterday was the first day of the contact window, where agents can start talking to teams about players.

Links: Possible trade partners, Flyers make moves


Murray has talked a lot about trading back into the first round. Who could he deal with, and who is he looking to draft? Only three days away from the draft, it is still an uncertainty who the Sabres will even take second overall.

Links: Richards bought out, Van hires Desjardins


The biggest buy out of the year happened yesterday as Brad Richards will likely once again be a free agent. Should the Sabres consider making another run at him?

Links: Murray discusses draft, Canes name coach


Tim Murray could be active come draft day, as it sounds like he will make a big move to get a second first round pick. Speaking of young Sabres, an impressive five Buffalo prospects were named to the USA training camp roster.

Henrik Tallinder's Report Card


Sabres fans got a throwback to better times when Henrik Tallinder returned to Buffalo. Have all of Hank's good times passed him by?

Links: Leino fallout, Sabres tied to goalie coach


Today is the very last day that Ville Leino is a member of the Buffalo Sabres. Looking to next season, a name has come out as a possible addition to Ted Nolan's rather empty coaching staff.

Joonas Jarvinen signs with KHL Sochi


The Nashville organization is parting ways with another AHLer, as Joonas Jarvinen has signed with the Sochi Leopards.

Should the Sabres claim David Booth?


The Sabres need to pick up salary, and David Booth could be a good option for next season.

Sabres waive Leino, planning to buy him out


The Sabres do the inevitable and complete the first step of buying out Ville Leino. Prepare for the post-Leino era in Buffalo.

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