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ft wayne , IN • United States • 37 Years Old • Male
I just want to start by saying that some of you sabre fans should really be ashamed of yourself. People are being very critical of the Sabres Brain trust which is very understandable, but you really look at everything that has Transpired since the Lockout, the Sabres have had a plan. they established a team out of the lockout that was structured for the new NHL and played very well. although through circumstances we ultumately fell short of winning the Stanley Cup. B. Thomas Galisano, Darcy Rieger and Larry Quinn had a lot of Tough decisions to make. I nthe End the decided that the Team they had was not good enough to win the cup so the Rebuid process began.

The Sabres had to decide who would be the building blocks of the Organization for the Future. They chose the Younger Skill players in Roy, Vanek, Pominville, Stafford and Paille. The Sabres Have Been one of the Best Drafting teams the last ten Years, having the most players drafted in the NHL, so Management decided to collect Talent through the Draft. With Players in the Organization Like Nathan Gerbe, Tyler Myers, Tyler Ennis, Mike Weber, Chris Butler, Andrej Sekera, Tim Kennedy, TJ Brennan, Drew Schiestel, Dennis Perrson, Jhonas Enroth, Zach Kassian, and Marcus Folingo. I believe after watching alot of these players at Rookie camps and watching as many Juniorand college games as possible that every single one of them have NHL talent, and Man at least half of them have All-Star Potential.

As Long as the sabres keep making the right choices Most of These of players will be Putting on Blue and Gold with in Two Years and the Rest Withing Four. IF what Ive Witness is what i think it is then here are what My Progressions for the Next For Years




45-32-5 95pts 7th seed in East



This is not With Patrick Kane(which i think the Sabres will make a serious push for the home town boy when he becomes a RFA)

48-28-6 102pts 4th in East




53-22-7 113pts 1st in the East

Plus if they dont Give up 4 1st rounders for Kane they will have more and more Talent filling portland.

well thats the way I see it, so please dont get on the team for things that you may not understand, sometime you have to look at the big picture to get a better perspective...
July 13, 2009 4:52 PM ET | Delete
very well saidI agree that they need to stay with the kids and just build around what they have now, and what they will add
July 13, 2009 8:24 PM ET | Delete
nice to see a positive attitude . When hank and tony are gone after next season im sure we will be in great shape
July 14, 2009 8:31 AM ET | Delete
July 14, 2009 10:52 AM ET | Delete
I say, once we get kane.. Put him on a line with other buffalo boys kaleta and Kennedy and then put marcus foligno In the back end,, find or draft another buffalonian d man and you've got an entire buffalo unit
July 14, 2009 12:10 PM ET | Delete
Hey Nickkcin, We will just have to Pick Up all of these guys and I think we could be ok Dustin Brown- Ithaca, NY Ryan Callahan- Rochester NY Erik Cole- Oswego NY Rory Fitzpatrick-Rochester NY Nick Folingo-Buffalo NY Brian Gionta- Rochester NY Jimmy Howard-Syracuse NY Patrick Kane-Buffalo NY Todd Marchant-Buffalo NY Aaron Miller-Buffalo NY Brooks Orpik-Buffalo NY Marty Reasoner-Honeoye NY Lee Stempniak-West Seneca NY
July 15, 2009 3:06 PM ET | Delete
Shit you know your shit... We coulda had orphik last season... Wait y would we want to sign a good buffalo native
July 15, 2009 3:16 PM ET | Delete
We also coulda got nick foligno for cambell, we have orpiks brother in the minors.. And we could have sign gionta this season and I remember hearing rumor of Aaron miller coming to buffalo last season too... And we used to have old fitz
July 15, 2009 3:57 PM ET | Delete
Well If you wanna get into Minor Leaguers I have a whole nother list for that lol, including Thomas McCullom from Sanborn, the Goalie that Detroit Drafted in the 1st Round a couple drafts back.
July 17, 2009 6:54 PM ET | Delete
Buffalo natives wont help them win !! smart play and coaching will
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