When it rains, it pours on tortured Sabres fans

Via: The Sabres Edge

I believe the word dismal is derived from an old Yakima Indian term meaning, “Damn, is it raining again?” In these parts, folks head east over the Cascade Range to escape the dreary, omnipresent rain and gray and see the sun shine. In higher income brackets, they head west, way west… like Hawaii. The Sabres, of course, don't have this option. There is no escape from the prison cell their season has become. They must keep lacing them up, and hitting the ice for more public humiliation three nights a week. Marty McMahon writes…