'Cleveland comes to town Sunday March 20th for a 5:00 game. The baby Leafs of St.John's will be here Sunday April 3rd for another 5:00 game.'
Archives for February 2005
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'Does anyone else notice the mixed message sent when Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs laments the rampant growth in player salaries while his company, Buffalo-based Sportservice, charges $4.50 for a bag of HSBC Arena popcorn with a base cost of what, a quarter? Not that Sportservice is alone. Arena prices are exorbitant nationwide no matter who's the concessionaire. Apparently it's OK for the owners to rip off the fans, but not for the players to rip off the owners.'
Amerks’ streak hits sweet 16 (Buffalo News)
Sweet 16! (Rochester D&C)
Record nice, but Amerks are looking ahead (Rochester D&C)
Amerks score early, often (Syracuse Post Standard)
Amerks Set Franchise Record (RNews.com)
How sweet it is (Amerks.com)
Amerks dinner to benefit Cystic Fibrosis on Monday (Amerks.com)
Amerks take the bite out of the ‘Dogs (Rochester D&C)
Rested Amerks happy to be back (Rochester D&C)
Amerks continue to stymie Dogs (Hamilton Spectator)
Amerks Hold Off Bulldogs (RNews.com)
Amerks down Bulldogs 4-2 (Amerks.com)
Bulldogs 2 Rochester 4 (HamiltonBulldogs.com)
'"I don't see us conceding any more", Drury said. "We came off a longstanding belief of not having a cap and on top of that with the 24 percent rollback, I think we've gone far enough. I think it's on them to make a deal, to get fair and if they want hockey, they are going to have to be realistic with us and not try and bully us into their ways."'
'I recognize that the players are trying to stay true to their principles, but every day this drags out is worse for them.'
Botterill out rest of season for Amerks (Rochester D&C)
'Chalk me up as one of those fans who is glad the owners are standing their ground. Professional athletes in this country have taken advantage of the common man long enough.'