'Adelphia really has little other option than to keep the games on Empire or a local cable channel since no one else was willing to pay the exorbitant $6.5 million annual rights fee it agreed to pay the Sabres before the cable carriage crisis occurred.'
Archives for August 2003
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'Tickets are on sale for the upcoming Buffalo Sabres Alumni Charity hockey game Sept. 17 in Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.'
'Haywood said pre and post-Sabres game coverage will continue including the "Hockey Hotline" show.'
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.
'The Amherst Town Board on Monday approved an agreement granting the Buffalo Sabres exclusive use of the fitness center's equipment facilities on the second floor of the Pepsi Center for $1,000 through Sept. 19.'
'One room in the house was devoted to sports material, including a large collection of Sabres memorabilia from the period when Seymour H. III and Northrup Knox ran the team.'
The Buffalo Sabres announced today tickets for selected preseason games are now on sale. The 2003 Buffalo Sabres Training Camp begins in less than one month, so now is the time to purchase your seats to catch the first glimpse of the 2003-04 edition.
'More than Buffalo Sabres memorabilia, pianos, fine furniture and antiques will be going . . . going . . . gone! Saturday when an estate auction is held in the former Seymour H. Knox home in Knox State Park, East Aurora.'
'Tickets may be purchased on a first come, first serve basis, from the Recreation and Community Services Department, located at 320 Geneva Street (across from the Fairview Mall) beginning Wednesday, August 13, 2003 at 8:30 a.m.'
The effectiveness of sports agents in the National Hockey League today relies solely on their ability to know what their client wants and doesn’t want. The agent must always put the client’s best interests first. Miroslav Satan’s agent is the best in the business at doing just that. “Miro has one of the finer agents in the business,” said Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier. “Himself.”