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Back on March 10, the stock of Tyler Ennis of the Sabres shot through the roof.
Reading Enni's stats today are decieving as he potted 15 goals and added 19 assists in 48 games. The real story isn't how he started the season. Its how he ended the season, and in so doing, ignited not only his own game, but that of his linies, too.
Lindy Ruff correctly trusted his gut,...
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Sabres President Ted Black making announcements as the summit got underway
This past Monday was the Buffalo Sabres’ third installment of their “New Media” (Blogger) Summit. As with each summit, this one had the most attendees of the three with 16 different blogs represented this time around.
Before I get into my thoughts on each individual aspect of the event, I want to first...
Sabres Advantageously Using Media, Both New And Old
At the risk of dating myself, I can still remember the anger I felt as a youngster when then-Sabres GM Scotty Bowman traded fan favorites Jim Schoenfeld and Danny Gare to Detroit. It was a monster 7-player deal that brought a feisty 21-year-old forward named Mike Foligno to Buffalo.
“Schony” and “Tickets” were beloved...
Monday and Tuesday were big days for Buffalo’s sports radio station, WGR550 AM.
On Monday, it was announced that the Buffalo Sabres and Entercom, the company that owns WGR, have agreed on a deal that will see a two-hour daily show from 10am-12pm titled “Sabres Hockey Hotline”. The show will replace the oft-criticized Colin Cowherd, or as it was called by someone, “The LeBron...
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A day after fleecing Richard Cloutier in the Minnesota // Philadelphia deal, I gave some serious value back.
Packaging away two centers in Derek Roy and Tyler Ennis for Brandon Gormley and Gilbert Brule didn't go over so well. In fact, I'm pretty sure the majority of the fan base wants me nailed to a stake.
Sabres fans pointed...