Sabres Future Draft Grade: D

Here’s why:

Scenario 1: Sabres stand pat and draft at 8th and 16th. NARRATIVE: “Again, Regier proved he just doesn’t have what it takes to get a good deal done with other NHL GM’s.”

Scenario 2: Sabres move up from the 8th pick, but cost, as expected, was high. NARRATIVE: “Again, Regier proved he just doesn’t have what it takes to get a good deal done with other NHL GM’s.”

Scenario 3: Vanek/Miller moved, but the return, while great, still does not deliver that generational talent. NARRATIVE: “Again, Regier proved he just doesn’t have what it takes to get a good deal done with other NHL GM’s.”

Scenario 4: Vanek/Miller not moved. NARRATIVE: “Again, Regier proved he just doesn’t have what it takes to get a good deal done with other NHL GM’s.”

And that’s how it goes for Regier these days.

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“Back off guys. JUST BACK OFF.”

Good luck, Darcy.

Go Sabres.

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