The NHL's pre-draft scouting combine will be held in Buffalo the next two seasons. NHL Vice President Colin Campbell on Monday called Buffalo a ''natural fit'' in announcing the league's decision at a news conference with the Sabres. The Pittsburgh Penguins also were finalists to host the combine, but Campell said Buffalo was ''heads and toes above everyone else.'' Scouts, general managers and coaches from all 30 teams attend the NHL scouting combine to gain information on more than 100 prospects. ''We want every NHL player to have trained and played in western New York,'' Sabres President Ted Black said.