Posted February 1, 2012
Sabres in search for another win tonight versues the Rangers but didnt get exactly what they wanted although it was fisty hard fought game.
Things got off to a rough start for Kelly Sutherland who took a puck to the face
1st Period: Miller was clutch in goal stopping everything that came his and bailed out his teammates whe... Read More »
Posted January 31, 2012
Sabres rolled into Montreal refreshed and raring to go after the All Star weekend. Sabres defeated the Habs 3-1
The Habs jumped into a 1-0 lead at 4:09 mark of the first period courtesy of Pacioretty, Sabres responded early in the 2nd at the 4:01 courtesy of the man we have all been waiting for to step up and put the puck in the net Ville Leino, just the 4th of the season for him but he did sco... Read More »
Posted January 26, 2012
A look at the Sabres next five opponents
Montreal Canadiens: The Habs shocked everyone by rag dolling the Detroit Red Wings in the last game before the All Star Break, 7-2!! That snapped the Red Wings win streak of 7 in a row. The Habs are 9-9-7 at home while the Sabres who will finally be completing what will ultimately be a long disappointing road trip are currently 1-5-0 and being out scored... Read More »
The Sabres rolled into New Jersey losers of 5 in a row and 12 straight on the road. Advantage Devils right?
But low and behold something we Sabres fans have all be yearning for quite sometime a big much needed W.
Leopold got things started by being Johnny on the spot to tap in Gerbe slapshot that ricochets off the glass and bounced right in the crease for an easy tap in. Devils later tied i... Read More »
Posted January 24, 2012
Word on the street (New york Post) is that the New Jersey Devil are in talks with the NHL to get a cash advance if you will because they are losing money and losing money fast.
"Vanderbeek, who owns 47 percent of the team, does not have the money to fund losses, while billionaire Ray Chambers, who also owns 47 percent, no longer wants to fund the team.
Last year, Vanderbeek unsucc... Read More »