'Patrick, an 18-year NHL veteran, played the first 10 seasons of his career for the Rangers. During that time, Patrick, a native of Winnipeg, became enamored with what he calls The City. He said Friday that he always felt safe in New York City, and that he views it as a great home to cultural diversity. "I think this is a tragedy against the world, the Western world, the United States, and they picked New York City because of the stature it holds," he said.'
Archives for September 15, 2001
'The Sabres are scheduled to fly to South Carolina tomorrow to continue their training camp. The team had planned to stay in South Carolina through Thursday.'
'Brian Campbell's chances of earning a spot on the Buffalo Sabres' defense were enhanced yesterday when highly touted rookie Henrik Tallinder suffered a knee injury. Tallinder's left knee was badly sprained as it twisted awkwardly following a legal check by defenseman Dmitri Kalinin. The hit, which will keep Tallinder out indefinitely, was during a training camp scrimmage at Jack Gatecliff Arena. Campbell and Tallinder were expected to compete for what quite likely is one opening on defense.'