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Sekera on the change from Buffalo to Raleigh: “I think everything is better than Buffalo.” — Chip Alexander (@ice_chip) September 12, 2013 This off-season Andrej Sekera was dealt from Buffalo to Carolina in return for Jamie McBain and a 2nd Round Pick. Sekera had spent his whole career to that point with the Sabres, but that doesn’t mean he liked living in The Queen City. On his first day at camp as a member of the Hurricanes, Sekera was asked about the change in scenery and didn’t hold back about his feelings for Buffalo. “I think everything is better than Buffalo.” Yeesh.     Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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