There must be something in the water. How else can you explain what has happened to Buffalo's two professional teams this year? Something must have been added to the water that is taking the strength away from the players who don the uniforms of the Buffalo Sabres and the Buffalo Bills. Both teams have experienced an utter collapse in their respected seasons and there is no other reason for it except for some kind of drugging.
Archives for November 20, 2001
'The worst team in hockey received a standing ovation from the weakest crowd in franchise history, and it wasn't done facetiously.'
'Woolley, whose playing weight is 195 pounds, dropped to around 188 – and that was after he received two bags of intravenous fluids.'
'The win gave the Thrashers (4-12-2-2) only their fourth victory of the season, half coming against the Sabres.'
'If Ray Ferraro's night off Monday served as some benefit to his mental health, all the better. But the veteran said his absence from the lineup in the Thrashers' game against Buffalo was strictly because of back pain that has lingered for the last two weeks.'
'The Thrashers, playing before the smallest home crowd in the franchise's three-year history, won for the first time since Oct. 27.'
'Atlanta seemed like a likely opponent for the Sabres to snap their skid, but they dropped their fourth straight and fifth in six tries.'