'"We are proud to announce today that we have signed Chris (Drury) to a contract. He is going to be here, playing as a Buffalo Sabre and everyone is extremely enthusiastic and excited about it. Like many things that have been happening since last year, the team and its surrounding environment is looking more and more positive. Adding Chris Drury to the roster is just one of the many pluses that have been added to this team."'
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'"Chris Drury is a top-line, NHL center who has won numerous championships at all levels," Sabres general manager Darcy Regier said in a statement. "He is an excellent playmaker and has been a consistent goal scorer throughout his career."'
'Drury's arrival leaves the Sabres with two unsigned restricted free agents — leading scorer Miroslav Satan and stalwart defenseman Jay McKee — two weeks before the start of training camp.'
'Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today the team has signed restricted free agent center Chris Drury to a four-year contract.
‘Probably not coincidentally, Chapman’s former teammate and coach with the Moose — Scott Arniel — is an assistant coach with the Sabres. Chapman was the Moose captain for the past four seasons and is the franchise leader in games played with 447.’
The Buffalo Sabres announced on Friday the signing of defensemen Brian Chapman (pictured) and Rick Mrozik for the 2003-04 season. Both players are expected to help solidify the Rochester Americans’ defense. (Submitted by: JT)
'The puzzle has a new twist this year as owners Patrick and Traci Garland teamed up with the Buffalo Sabres to offer hockey ticket giveaways, include player appearances and cut the 10-foot-high design in the shape of the team's logo.'
‘The Garland’s hope to challenge the wits of those seeking to find the one and only exit from their Sabres theme puzzle.’
With two 8-acre cornfields planted and their new mind-boggling designs now created, the Garland Family is bringing the “MaiZE craze” back to Buffalo. The two popular Western New York labyrinths, that drew thousands of visitors last fall, will once again get curious maze-goers lost when they open to the public on August 22nd.
'Mrozik is scheduled to report to Buffalo’s training camp on Sept. 11. He’ll either stick with the NHL club or be assigned to a minor league affiliate after the camp is completed later that month. He said he hopes to get called up at some point during the season.'