Monthly Archives: February 2011

Northeast Division 1st round Drafting through the 00’s

Listening to Mike Schopp while driving home yesterday, a Caller came on and slammed Regier about his Drafting record. I have looked through the drafting during Regier’s tenure, and its up and down no doubt. But not as bad as … Continue reading

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Trade Ideas based on nothing.

I love the Trade Deadline, its fun, fast paced and always interesting. People always say its a waste of time, but that’s not true. We all love it, like we love the Draft. Who gets who?It’s like Christmas but in … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh North

Well we knew about Ted Black, but we didn’t know about Ken Sawyer. But it is obvious that Terry Pegula is mining his Pennsylvania roots and getting guys tied to the resurgence of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The exciting thing about … Continue reading

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1 day to Pegula, 1 week to the Deadine

This should be an eventful place the next week. You have the Pegula press conference tomorrow. 1 week till the trade deadline and 3 home games. I heard Vogl and Harrington just pitched tents in the box office area, instead … Continue reading

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No need to panic

  The Sabres are 1-2-1 in their last 4 games. And I can see the fanbase already getting worried again.  Why? They were going to slump sometime in the final 30 games. Might as well be now. Plenty of time … Continue reading

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Digging out

Buffalonians know about digging out, especially with our winters. But the Sabres have been digging out since the Fall. The terrible start has put them where they are. A 500 start and they might be a 6th or 7th seed … Continue reading

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One Man does not make a Team

After yesterday’s matinee, the talk is around Ryan Miller, and his struggles. He has a bad game yesterday. No doubt about it. But that’s okay, everybody has bad games. But Miller’s bad games are magnified because you usually lose when … Continue reading

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