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Back in Black

Smiling thru the pain Ted Black has his weekly radio show were he answers calls from morons on Thursday. But Fracking Sabres has him on Tuesday to answer questions from this Moron. FS: Ted, I bet the firing of Lindy … Continue reading

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Hoarders:Sabres Edition

You can keep this guy We all wanted Lindy Ruff fired, it was time, it was obvious. But we didn’t think it would happen. Why? Because Pegula wasn’t going to fire him, he loved him, we all thought. He wouldn’t … Continue reading

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What me Worry?

I see all the time this worry about the Sabres being over the Salary cap.  We worry about this now? Last year we wouldn’t dream the Sabres would ever be millions over the Salary Cap. You would have been laughed … Continue reading

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Back in Black

Hey everyone welcome to my new segment Back in Black.  With one of the most popular men in town,  Ted Black. He’ll be here to answer my questions and any issues I see fit. I put this idea in the … Continue reading

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Things found in the Locker Room Demolition.

  Unlike most Buffalo Projects, this one got started on time, and hasn’t stopped because of a Lawsuit. Until Tim Tielman finds something historic in this 15 year old building.  But Fracking Sabres on the word, from a guy down … Continue reading

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Feasting on the Northeast

The Sabres have made their comeback from the depths of the Eastern Conference, by getting their points, where you should. Your Division. Yes, the Leafs have won the last two, but it doesn’t erase the years of futility versus the … Continue reading

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Mission Statement

As someone in business, a Mission Statement is the basis of any business. If you don’t have one, you lack vision, goals and an Identity. The Sabres are a Business. And they have gone from the “do what it takes … Continue reading

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