Jack N. Goods

  • joined Nov 11, 2011
  • last login Jul 11, 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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Nick Deslauriers' Report Card


The Buffalo Sabres 2013-14 season was one of the worst in franchise history, and now it's time to take a look at who made it all possible. We're grading everybody who played 20 or more games for the Sabres this year, from Concacher to Weber.

Links: NYI sign Halak, Petersen named top goalie


The New York Islanders are beginning to position themselves to have a better season next year than they did this year. Will they? Their New York City rivals the Rangers learned yesterday that their series with Montreal isn't over yet.

Links: Miller eyeing contenders, Kings roar back


Ryan Miller is hoping to play for a winner next year, but will he have much of a choice? Two teams that have been tied to him aren't interested according to Pierre Lebrun.

Links: Rangers take 2-0 lead, Sharks ready to deal


With Carey Price out, it's beginning to look like the Rangers series. Will they be able to pull off a sweep?

Blues re-sign Elliot, likely moving on from Miller


With the re-signing of Brian Elliott by the Blues it appears that Ryan Miller will be heading somewhere else to play next season.

Links: Girgensons suspended, Ovechkin injured


Girgensons made a play that many would akin to Milan Lucic in recent weeks, while the Washington Capitals had quite the scare when Alex Ovechkin seemed to severely injure his knee.

Links: Shero fired, Hodgson scores two in rout


Pittsburgh made headlines yesterday by firing their GM, but keeping Dan Bylsma. Should he be optimistic about his future in Pittsburgh?

Links: Hodgson scores hatty, Latvia upsets US


Two Sabres had awesome days for their teams overseas at Worlds. One Sabres' day back home didn't go as smoothly.

Konopka suspended 20 games for substance abuse


The NHL has announced that Konopka will miss just under one fourth of next season after violating their substance abuse policy. The suspension kicks in when he signs his next contract.

Links: Habs Move On, Lucic's Postgame Comments


The playoffs continue to roll along, and many fans in Buffalo will be celebrating rival Boston's season coming to an end.

Links: Pens eliminated, Latvia on the upswing


Zemgus Girgensons hopes to continue his international success at Worlds, while the Rangers were able to continue their season by eliminating the Penguins. Is Dan Bylsma on the hotseat now?

Links: Caps consider Regier, Sabres face deadline


Darcy Regier's name has turned up again, this time in regards to the open GM position in Washington. The Sabres have other things to worry about, including whether or not they'll be offering entry-level deals to some of their older prospects.

Links: Captains Shopped, St. Louis' Emotional Goal


Two division rivals of the Sabres are rumored to be looking to move their captains, while the Rangers and Blackhawks get much needed wins.

Links: Kings shutout, Hodgson scores for Canada


Remember when there were rumblings that Murray offered Miller to the Ducks for John Gibson? Well that same young goaltender showed last night why Anaheim wasn't interested in moving him.

Links: Ticket prices go up, Patrick faces charges


The Sabres tickets will go up 4% for the 2014-2015 season, despite the on-ice performance likely being rather lackluster.

Links: Regier option in PHX, Ehrhoff could move


Darcy Regier has resurfaced and could be in the race for the Coyotes assistant GM job. Should he get another shot in the NHL?

Links: Americans eliminated, Hawks take 2-0 lead


The Americans season has come to an end, and the full franchise is now in off-season mode.

Links: BOS & LA comeback, Ennis hopes to improve


Both playoff games yesterday saw unexpected comebacks, in the afternoon from Boston and at night from Los Angeles.

Links: Torts fired, Amerks lose, NYI get Halak


It was an interesting day in hockey yesterday, featuring playoff overtime, coaching moves, a trade, and the Amerks playing the third game of their series.

Admirals swept by Toronto


Milwaukee couldn't tally a goal in game three, ending their playoff run as quickly as they possibly could.

Alexander Sulzer signs in Germany


The former Sabre, who played three seasons in Buffalo, signed with Kolner Haie after being told the Sabres would not bring him back.

Links: Wild Vanek Talks, Myers hopeful for Future


Tonight will be a great night of hockey, with three different game sevens to watch. Who will advance?

Links: Amerks on TV, Two Game Sevens Forced


Sabres fans will be happy to hear that they'll be able to watch the Amerks in the playoffs on Time Warner Cable. Hockey fans in general will be happy to hear that they'll get to game sevens in the playoffs for their viewing pleasure.

Links: Blues Eliminated, Hodgson's Future at Wing


Sabres west was eliminated after a crazy series, so the Sabres options when it comes to getting the first round pick from St. Louis. What team will Buffalo get behind now?

AHL Playoffs: Marlies Beat Admirals 6-2 in Game 1


Milwaukee had a rough start to their playoff run, but have a chance to redeem themselves tonight.

Links: Amerks Fall, Blackhawks Win in OT


Rochester was looking good going into the third period, but things fell apart fast. Was last night's game a bad sign for the rest of the series?

Links: Amerks start playoffs, Schaller Developing


Rochester is getting ready to start their playoff run, and one of the players that has really stepped up for the team is Tim Schaller. In the NHL, Matt Cooke talked to the media to discuss his seven game suspension.

Links: Grigs thriving, Conacher Hopes to Stay


Mikhail Grigorenko has a chance to show his talents in the playoffs with Rochester, while Conacher hopes he can show his skills in Buffalo for a little bit longer.

Did Conacher Earn a Spot on Next Year's Roster?


Cory Conacher only scored three goals in his 19 games in Buffalo. Did he show enough to warrant a contract extension from the Sabres?

Links: Ehrhoff Talks Future, Armia Focused on AHL


Christian Ehrhoff, whose been at the center of trade rumors, continues to say he'd like to stay with the Sabres. Joel Armia, who reportedly was thinking about heading home, says he'd like to stay with the Sabres as well.

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