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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.18.2014 / 10:12 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Friday, 10.17.2014 / 9:51 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.14.2014 / 11:30 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Monday, 10.13.2014 / 6:30 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.11.2014 / 11:30 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Thursday, 10.09.2014 / 11:00 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / POSTGAME INFOGRAPHICS
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POSTED ON Saturday, 06.28.2014 / 1:34 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / 2014 NHL DRAFT

With their final pick in this year’s draft at 181st overall, the Sabres selected 19-year-old right winger Victor Olofsson from MODO in Sweden. The 5-foot-11 and 175-pound Olofsson has speed to burn, and scored 32 goals and 53 points at the J20 level last season.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 06.28.2014 / 1:24 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / 2014 NHL DRAFT

Buffalo went back into the high school ranks for their 151st selection with Christopher Brown, the son of former NHLer Doug Brown. A center from Cranbrook Kingswood in Michigan, Brown accumulated a ridiculous 84 points (26+58) in 28 games this season. Brown has committed to Boston College, and is expected to play with the USHL’s Green Bay Gamblers in 2014-15. His uncle, Greg, is a coach at BC and was drafted by the Sabres in 1986.

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POSTED ON Saturday, 06.28.2014 / 12:32 PM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / 2014 NHL DRAFT

After having the fourth round off, Buffalo used their lone pick in the fifth round (121st overall) to take Max Willman, a left winger from Williston-North Hampton High School in Massachusetts. Willman, who will attend Brown University in the fall, had 44 points (21+23) in 25 games this season.

WATCH: WILLMAN MEDIA SCRUM

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POSTED ON Saturday, 06.28.2014 / 11:39 AM
By Kevin Snow - Sabres.com (@kwsnow) / 2014 NHL DRAFT

The Sabres went for a goalie with their first of two picks in round three, going to Sweden for 6-foot-4 Jonas Johansson at number 61 overall. Johansson, the second-ranked European goalie by Central Scouting, spent most of the 2013-14 season with Brynas of the Swedish junior league, posting a 2.32 GAA and .911 save%.

Brycen Martin became Buffalo’s first defenseman selected, as they took him with the 74th overall pick. The 6-foot-1 Martin finished second among defensemen on Swift Current with 37 points (6+31) in 72 games, while playing alongside Julius Honka (14th overall, DAL) on the Broncos’ blueline.

WATCH: MARTIN MEDIA SCRUM

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