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Jhonas Enroth's playing days for teh LaNova men's league team are done. No more 11:30pm game times at Buffalo State College.
Enroth is heading home to Sweden to play for Huddinge in Division 1. He's signed on to play two games, perhaps more, according to the club's sporting director, Per LundstrÃ¶m. The team has worked out the insurance cost details that are associated with Enroth's NHL contrac...
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For those of you unawares of the history between former NHL sniper Brett Hull and the city of Buffalo, the Dallas Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres in triple-OT of Game 6 on Brett Hull’s highly controversial “skate in the crease” goal. Other than Scott Norwood’s infamous “wide right” kick in Super Bowl XXV, it’s pretty well the most painful moment in Buffalo sports history...
As this week has transpired two more of the Sabres European contingent have procured work elsewhere. Jhonas Enroth has finally found a suitor for his goaltending talents as he has inked a deal with Huddinge of the Swedish tier 3 league. Finnish forward Ville Leino has also returned to the ice, but not overseas. Tomorrow night he will join Blackhawks alumni as they host a charity...
The above image of Brett Hull scoring a goal for the Dallas Stars in triple overtime of Game 6 of the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals against the Buffalo Sabres is the most iconic — and controversial — image (and play) from that playoff series, or any NHL playoff series, for that matter. The goal secured [...]
One of the most controversial plays in the history of sports stems from the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals, when Brett Hull scored the game and series-winner for the Dallas Stars, giving them their first title. The controversy stems from Hull’s skate being in the crease at the time of the goal. Replays were clear that [...]