Robert "Bob" Sauve was drafted by the NHL's Buffalo Sabres in the 1st round (17th overall) in 1975 NHL Entry Draft. Sauve played four games for the Sabres during the 1976-77 season but spent the majority of the year with the AHL's Rhode Island Reds, while Edwards was initially the more successful of the two and was the first to stick with the big club in Buffalo.
As the 1978-79 season began, Sauve entered training camp determined to make the NHL for good. Unfortunately, he suffered a broken finger and began the season in Hershey. After Edwards later suffered a sprained ankle, Sauve was called up to Buffalo, this time to stay. The goaltending duo of Sauve and Edwards had an immediate impact on the Sabres. Sauve led the league in goals against average for the 1979-80 season and was co-recipient of the Vezina Trophy with Edwards in the same season.
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