'Sabres goalie Mika Noronen followed up a bad performance against Slovakia with 28 saves to lead Finland to a 1-1 tie with Sweden in the World Championships.'
Archives for April 2004
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Thomas Vanek, the Sabres’ top pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft, continues to lead the way for Austria at the 2004 World Championships. Vanek leads the tournament with five assists and is tied for the lead with seven points (2+5) with Martin Rucinsky (4+3).
'While pulling Miller from the starting lineup before Game 5 and inserting journeyman backup Tom Askey created a stir, and also may have provided much-needed spark to the Amerks, it could also help Miller’s advancement as a pro. ”I think it’s just part of the growth process,” Regier told WNSA-FM (107.7). “This is not a straight line to the top for that position. It isn’t for any position, but certainly not for goaltenders.'
'Tom Golisano had no idea what he was getting himself into when he agreed to Friday night’s charity tennis match against the wife of Bills owner Ralph Wilson. "I knew she was into tennis,” said the founder and CEO of Paychex. “But I thought she was just a recreational player like me.”'
'"Landing the Sabres will significantly boost that station's prospects," he said.'
'Sabres winger Jochen Hecht scored a third period goal to help Germany tie Latvia Monday at the World Championships in the Czech Republic.'
'Thomas Vanek, the Sabres’ top pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft, is the leading scorer after Sunday’s action at the 2004 World Championships.'
'Sabres goaltender Mika Noronen made 15 saves as Finland opened the World Championships with a 4-2 win over the United States. Sabres captain Chris Drury had a goal for the Americans while Jeff Jillson has an assist.'
'Don't think for a second that Ruff is on deck for the chopping block. His job is safe for the foreseeable future.'
'Entercom will likely shift the Sabres games and sports programming over to its own WGR-AM and put a music format on WNSA.'