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I know things around here haven't been very active in the last month. However, I couldn't pass up an opportunity to get some good old fashioned trolling in from our friends at Days of Y'orr, who happen to be master haters of the Buffalo Sabres. Enjoy and follow Greg at @PezDOY!I feel honored being able to write for Blackhawks Down Low, if only for today. So I've been given quite a large task, although I think I can pull it off. Andrew has asked me to inform the Blackhawks fan base the reasons to hate the Buffalo Sabres. Well I hope you have a good pint of ale, a comfy place to rest your ass and some time because this may take a little while. The reason being is that it's so easy to hate the Buffalo Sabres. My brain is running at 6000 RPM's right now just trying to figure out where to start, but I guess if you're going to start anywhere, you start with the "face of the franchise". Reason #1 To Hate The Buffalo Sabres: Ryan MillerI've never s...
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Last night a rumor began to spread around the internet that Ryan Miller had asked the Sabres for a trade. Well today that rumor, for now, has been debunked by Miller himself. Miller reportedly said in a text message to a TSN reporter, “I have not and will not ask for a trade. I will fall on the “sabre” before that.” “Please no one ask me again.” Back in November Miller...
Trust me. I'm not Ryan Miller's PR man. I give him the gears when he deserves it. I prop him up when he deserves it.
What a sickening spectacle. Ryan Miller's teammates quit on him. They lacked compete and passion. 24 minutes into this important game, the Sabres laid down for their Vezina goalie.
Miller was chased from his net after surrendering 5 goals, one of...
from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News, On the way to Chicago, here’s what I’m thinking after a wacky Monday night in Motown that was easily one of the worst Sabres road games I have ever seen.
—-The Sabres have 36 goals in 20 road games. That’s pathetic. Period.
—-Ryan Miller gave us more great quotes after the game. Sprinkled in an F-bomb too. The more I think about...
There were six games on the NHL slate last night, a rather heavy amount for a Monday, and we saw at least one display of fine goaltending in every matchup.
We saw three shutouts (almost four) in what quickly turned into a league-wide netminder clinic on Monday night. Amidst all the strong play between the pipes, we also saw two goaltenders that were not nearly up to the challenge...
The Detroit Red Wings took a very, very late flight to Dallas on Red Bird II after absolutely stomping on the Buffalo Sabres, defeating Buffalo 5-0 and establishing a record-setting 15-game home ice winning streak before jetting off to face the Stars tonight (:30 PM, FSD/FS Southwest/WXYT).
Usually, such an achievement would produce nothing less than elation from Red Wings fans...
I feel honored being able to write for Blackhawks Down Low, if only for today. So I've been given quite a large task, although I think I can pull it off. Andrew has asked me to inform the Blackhawks fan base the reasons to hate the Buffalo Sabres. Well I hope you have a good pint of ale, a comfy place to rest your ass and some time because this may take a little while. The reason...
The Detroit Red Wings record book, which is one of the more illustrious in the NHL, has been rewritten. The previous club record of 14 consecutive home victories, set in 1965, was broken Monday night when the Wings topped the Buffalo Sabres 5-0.
The Red Wings’ 15th straight victory at Joe Louis arena was in dominating fashion, with the Wings scoring five times in the first 25...
DETROIT -- Once upon a time, the Detroit Red Wings were mired in a six-game losing streak, including three losses at home.
It's hard to believe that was earlier this season, especially now that the Wings appear invincible at Joe Louis Arena.
With Monday night's 5-0 rout of the struggling Buffalo Sabres, the Wings set a new record with 15 consecutive home victories. The...
The Detroit Red Wings knew that they could do more than earn two points against the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night, but their 5-0 win over the Sabres involved trying to set up good work habits for a back-to-back slate which continues tomorrow in Dallas (8:30 PM EST, FSD) as much as it did with setting each other up for goal after goal against a defenseless Ryan Miller (with the emphasis...
Much like Jerry Sullivan today, I can't be bothered to try, so here are some BULLET POINTS!
* Has it occurred to anybody else that we're doing to Ryan Miller what we do to everybody in Buffalo? We like him for a while, he exceeds our expectations for a while, and then we are mad at the guy for not continuing to exceed our original expectations. Things have pretty...
A dejected and let-down -down Ryan Miller did his best to keep his composure in his post game presser in Detroit:
Lindy Ruff was short, and to the point:
Trust me. I'm not Ryan Miller's PR man. I give him the gears when he deserves...
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• Mike Richards didn't. /rimshot [Getty]
• Kris Letang finally returns to practice for the Pittsburgh Penguins, who called off their secret meeting about finding a temporary long-haired Norris contender...
Monday was a packed day by Monday standards with six games and it was not without controversy ladies and gentlemen. Let's take a quick look back and then we will go ahead previewing Tuesday's action for hockey fans and fantasy hockey fans alike.
A LOOK BACK:
Buffalo Beatdown -- It is clear Ryan Miller...
Are injuries a valid excuse?
By now you’ve all heard the suggestions by the Sabres brass that injuries are largely to blame for the team’s highly disappointing performance so far this season. Within days of each other both Team President Ted Black and Owner Terry Pegula referenced their hobbled ranks when asked about their poor play, Black at the Blogger Summit and Pegula...
The Jets started celebrating a Tanner Glass goal, but Ryan Miller of the Sabres ended the stick-raising quickly.
Winnipeg did win 4-1.