Found August 08, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
What do Brad Richards, Rick Nash, Zach Parise, Gary Suter, and Shane Doan have in common?  Besides being NHL superstars, the Buffalo Sabres weren’t mentioned as serious contenders to land any of them. Joe Pinzone of Buffalo Wins thinks he knows why, and so do I.  In episode 4 of our 5-part audio series, we each give one main reason why the goal of Terry Pegula to make Buffalo “Hockey Heaven” is still a work in progress. Listen or download the audio below… Continue reading "Addressing The Sabres’ Recruiting Problem"
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