Buffalo Sabres: 3 Takeaways from the Blue and Gold Scrimmage

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Oct 30, 2015; Buffalo, NY, USA; A general view of First Niagara Center during the National Anthem prior to the game between the Buffalo Sabres and the Philadelphia Flyers. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

The highlight of any Buffalo Sabres’ development camp is arguably the Blue and Gold Scrimmage – here’s what stood out most at this year’s event.

As you can imagine, there have been a lot of talking points so far at this year’s Buffalo Sabres development camp. However, no matter what happened – short of Jimmy Vesy signing and turning up for camp – it was all a warm-up act for the main event of the annual Blue and Gold scrimmage.

Certainly, Sabres fans must have agreed, with around 16,000 fans turned up at HarborCenter despite the $20 ticket price. Evidently, the residents of Western New York are equally intrigued and excited by what is happening with their hockey team.

Fortunately for everyone, this year’s scrimmage didn’t disappoint. Here are three takeaways from Saturday:

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