'The Sabres have devised a cage that maintains the post-to-post width at 6 feet at the top and bottom while bowing the sides outward and the crossbar upward. The posts would peak 3 inches wider than the current form, while the crossbar would be 6 inches higher at the crest. The net also wouldn't be as deep, to facilitate wraparounds.'
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'One of the nets that will be presented to the NHL general managers next week has been designed by the Sabres organization. Goaltender Ryan Miller and Managing partner Larry Quinn came up with the design of the net with goalposts that curve outwards and up along the crossbar.'
'Randy Cunneyworth's career began and ended with the Buffalo Sabres and Rochester Americans. But for the longest time it appeared that Randy Cunneyworth would never have an NHL career.'
Amerks play three games in three days (Amerks.com)
'At the time, Berman looked like the white knight the Sabres needed. As it turned out, he would have been the last thing the team needed.'
Amerks Have a Meltdown (SabresFans.com)
Janik heals after strange rash (Rochester D&C)
Storm’s Dufresne travels well (Toledo Blade)
Randy Cunneyworth Bobblehead night Friday (Amerks.com)
Amerks announce ticket pricing for playoffs (Amerks.com)
'"We are always surprised at the number of kids who play hockey in Buffalo and yet the real lack proportionately of Division I scholarships and NHL players," Sabres managing partner Larry Quinn said. "What we've been consciously trying to do here with the Sabres is develop a program from the grass roots, which (youth hockey manager) Pat Fisher has been running for some years now, to start to correct some of that. This is one step."'