'An on-ice wedding was performed before the game for Rob Woodrow of Alexander and Tracy Clark of Tampa. Woodrow wore his Sabres jersey and Clark her Lightning jersey for the ceremony. But after they were pronounced man and wife, Clark lifted off her top to reveal a Sabres jersey underneath.'
Archives for February 2001
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'Perhaps the biggest goal Gerry Meehan ever scored for the Buffalo Sabres wasn't against the Philadelphia Flyers in 1972. It was his creation of a Buffalo Sabres Alumni group in the 1980s.'
‘When the Buffalo Sabres depart for Ottawa today for tomorrow’s game against the Senators, left winger Vaclav Varada won’t be on the plane. Instead, Brian Campbell will take his place.’
'Playing with little discipline, fire or intelligence, the Lightning fell behind 2-0 after 15 minutes and dropped a 5-4 decision to Hasek and the Sabres, self- destructing along the way in extending their road winless streak to 11 games.'
'The Lightning entered Sunday's matchup against the Sabres 3-for-64 on the power play in their previous 10 games. They went 0-for-9 in beating the Blues at home and 0-for-9 again in Saturday's scoreless tie at Philadelphia. Against the Sabres, the power play was 0-for-4.'
'Stung by an awful first 10 minutes and three power-play goals, the Lightning made an uneven performance more frustrating with a rally that fell short as Buffalo won 5-4 at HSBC Arena on Sunday.'
'[Matthew Barnaby's] job description won't allow [a face shield], he said. "The job I do out there, I really can't wear one unless everyone else is wearing one," he said. "It would be pretty hypocritical.'
'The Buffalo Sabres felt fortunate to come away with a victory on Sunday.'
'Red-hot Miroslav Satan and Vladimir Tsyplakov scored 10 seconds apart in the second period and the Buffalo Sabres held on for an ugly but effective 5-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning.'
'At (4-24-3-3) Tampa Bay has the worst road mark in the NHL.'