Writer's note: I don't give a ****anymore. There. I said it. And I enjoyed saying it. Normally, I take pride in my writing. I obsess over every period, every paragraph and every pointless detail. I take hours to craft something I can be proud of. Not today. I'm a Buffalo Sabre today.
Archives for November 10, 2002
'The Sabres scored more than two goals for the first time in nearly a month.'
'Let's face it, this town isn't going to support this team under the current conditions. And when the NHL condemns fans for nonsupport, they'll be sure to shift eternal blame to Regier's lap.'
'"Darcy has taken a devout fan and turned him into someone who really doesn't care if the Sabres stay or leave," wrote Bob Dworak, Kathleen's husband. "Judging by the letters in The Buffalo News and the ticket sales, there are many others with the same opinion."'
'At least the Thrashers can look forward to a brighter future. The Sabres aren't even assured of having one.'
'It was the second time this week that Buffalo had blown a two-goal lead.'
'"We played better offensively but let up defensively," Barnes said. "That's the difference in this league. It's a tough place to play hockey. You need to be good on both ends of the ice to be successful and we weren't tonight, and it obviously cost us."'
'The Sabres built a 2-0 lead in the opening 11:19 but had their winless streak extended to eight (0-6-2). They had not gone eight games without a win since October 1993.'