The draft is over, and it's time for free agency. Before moving forward, here's a last look at a few stories featuring the Sabres and their prospects ...
*If it wasn't clear before, it certainly is after this weekend. Terry Pegula gets what he wants.
*It was easy to tell third-round pick Daniel Catenacci was bummed about falling past the first two rounds. The Sault Star, the paper for his junior team, reports he turned philosophical after the draft when discussing the Sabres.
*The Daily Townsman in Cranbrook, British Columbia, quotes the sixth-round pick, Kootenay goalie Nathan Lieuwen: "I've had my sights set on making an AHL team since about the end of the season. You start thinking about what you're going to do next season and that's still my goal, to be able to crack their team."