Found January 20, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:
When the Buffalo Sabres organization found a new owner back in January of 2011, a new sense of hope permeated the air around the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. When the organization decided to get rid of the Buffa Slug that was considered one of the worst logos in the league, the sun began to shine on the fans. And when the new owner, Terry Pegula, began to spit rhetoric that the Sabres would be Stanley Cup contenders sooner than later, everyone began to prance around the arena like Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music. But before the Sabres could become a few of the fans favorite things, there needed to be visual evidence that all of these discussions weren't a heap of false promises. As we approach the one-year mark in the Pegula era, we've seen that all the talk has been backed with terrible player personnel moves and bloated contracts. Early on, the Sabres were quick to throw a bone to the fans by acquiring Brad Boyes from the St. Louis Blues at the 2011 NHL trading de...

Just How Bad Is It?

  A great deal of this you can already find posted on my twitter (@matthew1stewart), but I figured I'd pop in here and repeat myself with a quick hit. Ok. So: Everybody knows it's been bad for the Sabres lately. But how bad? I mean, we aren't talking "worst in the league, competing for a top lottery pick bad", right? I mean, we're not the Oilers or Islanders...

Black Guy Wearing Buffalo Sabres Hat Robs Georgia Bank – #SMH

Via According to Police Spokeswoman Lisa Holland, the suspect walked into the Suntrust Bank on 2300 Holcomb Bridge Road inside the Kroger grocery store and handed over a notes demanding money. The man is described as in his mid 40s, 5’10″, 280 pounds. He was wearing a blue jacket and jeans. Also he had a Mitchell and Ness snapback Buffalo Sabres hockey team baseball...

Disappointing Sabres Season May Have Silver Lining

                By: Raheel Ali Heading into the 2011-2012 season, the Buffalo Sabres were predicted by many hockey pundits to be amongst the top 8 teams in the Eastern Conference, and to make some noise come playoff time. With owner Terry Pegula opening up his wallet during the course of the offseason, the Sabres were major players in the free agent market for the first time...

Trending Topics: Why has Terry Pegula escaped blame for Buffalo Sabres’ disastrous season?

Trending Topics is a column that looks at the week in hockey, occasionally according to Twitter. If you're only going to comment to say how stupid Twitter is, why not just go have a good cry for the slow, sad death of your dear internet instead? Buffalo Sabres fans aren't happy, and understandably so. The last time their team won a game away from home, most people were still...

Blues' Pietrangelo catches Plager in career goals

Brad Boyes returns to town with Buffalo, toting only three goals in 34 games.

Sabres-Blues Preview

ANDY LEFKOWITZ STATS Writer With his offense seemingly unable to score much away from home, coach Lindy Ruff believes the sputtering Buffalo Sabres will have to rely on a strong defensive effort to end one of the worst stretches in franchise history. The Sabres look to snap their 11-game road skid Saturday night against the surging St. Louis Blues, who have recorded two straight...

Buffalo Sabres (19-22-5) at Winnipeg Jets (21-20-5), 8:30 p.m. (ET)

The Buffalo Sabres continue to struggle on the road. Perhaps their first trip to the city of Winnipeg in 16 years can serve as the shakeup they need.
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