'"I told my wife the other day, "I feel so much better about things this year,' " Woolley said, as a wide smile broke across his face. "I feel better on the ice, I feel better in the room and I look forward to coming to the rink. I can't tell you how much that means when it's your job."'
Archives for October 6, 2002
'"You don't want to put a gun to people's heads," says Robert P. Carr, the president of Carr Marketing Communications, an Amherst marketing firm. "But they're trying to communicate how serious the situation is and develop a sense of urgency so people buy tickets."'
We are looking at another losing season for the Buffalo Sabres, marketing wise.
'“He’s made it very interesting,” Larry Carriere, assistant to Sabres general manager Darcy Regier, said while scouting Rochester’s preseason finale, a 3-3 tie Saturday night with the Hamilton Bulldogs at Webster Community Sports Arena. “We all saw him in junior and then when he was in the NHL, and now there’s a newness in seeing him again. He was good last night and he’s good tonight.”'