Found April 09, 2012 on
Detroit Red Wings
You have every reason to be angry.
In fact, you should be angry. You should be downright pissed at the Buffalo Sabres.
The season was a loss. A waste. An embarrassing travesty.
The Sabres spent $65,360,369 on payroll -- the fourth largest in the NHL -- and missed out on the playoffs for the third time in five seasons.
How could they get our hopes up so high, only to fall flat on their faces on countless occasions throughout that sorry excuse of a hockey season? Surely they'll just use their run from February to April to falsely justify the discontent hovering around the entire Blue and Gold fan base.
If you follow me on Twitter, you were probably one of the multiple followers bashing me for being too damn happy about the Sabres not making the playoffs. "You're not a real Sabres fan," I heard. Excuse me for not burying my head underneath my arms to mourn the shortcomings of a bad hockey team.
The truth is, I came to terms with the Sabres' poor quality ...
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