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"As it should be................"
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I was just reading Dorian’s best trade about the haul for Karlsson and Ottawa did really good and wonder if a one for would benefit the Sabres now and in the future. Read More »

More evidence

Posted February 18, 2020
That GM Jason Bottrill doesn’t know what he’s doing when he trades. Today Marco Scandella was traded to St. Louis for 2nd & 4th rd picks after Montreal only gave up a 4th. Good job Jason. The Sabres are another farm team for the nhl. Read More »

Lightning strikes back in Buffalo.

Posted December 31, 2019
Just as I counted them out, they came back and scored five unanswered goals. How deflating. Period number one saw the Sabres fanbase treated to brilliant saves by the goalposts at both ends of the ice while an invisible screen saw open nets missed that otherwise would've been quite fruitful for both teams. The Sabres opened the scoring with a great play by Curtis Lazar coming off the bench,... Read More »

One dimensional team?

Posted December 19, 2019
The birthday boys' being lit up like a chit flavored birthday cake. Are the Sabres a one-dimensional team? No, they're a one-player team and the rest is soft tent folders. The Flyers are scoring at will. It seems like on every shot. There are 10 Flyers to 1 Sabres goalie. Not a winning proposition. If the Sabres had as many goals as penalties we would be winning in a large fashion. This... Read More »

Time for changes.

Posted November 26, 2019
I was going to blog about the Sabres making a trade to change things up but I'm scrapping that idea for something bigger that'll preserve the prosperity of the game and its participants. The NHL, the on-ice officials, offending player & their team should be held accountable every time a vicious hit takes a player out of the game. I propose this new rule for such instances. All four of th... Read More »


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