'Possessing a rare combination of skill and grit, Foligno emerged as a fan-favorite in a blue-collar town. That support was still evident Tuesday, with Foligno earning the loudest applause when he received a Sabres' sword during an on-ice ceremony before Buffalo's game against New Jersey.'
Archives for November 15, 2005
‘”You gotta be hungrier than them. We gotta want the puck more than them. You have to want to be the best on the ice, better than the guy you’re facing, and I don’t think we have that attitude when we’re facing Ottawa.”‘
‘Toni Lydman’s last name is pronounced “LEWD-man.” Henrik Tallinder’s is pronounced “tuh-LIN-der.” And Derek Roy’s surname is “roo-AH,” just as legendary goalie Patrick Roy would say it.’
‘Sabres haven’t won two straight games since Oct. 20 and 22.’
‘The Buffalo Sabres will be inducting five new members in a pre-game ceremony on Tuesday night…’.
‘Ruff acknowledged things have not been easy for Noronen. “It’s been tough on him, extremely tough on him. We got to work through that”. The Sabres have not considered calling up Mike Leighton from Rochester, “haven’t gone there yet, not at all” Ruff said. Ruff also refused to name his starting goalie for tonight’s game, something Lindy has rarely done in his tenure in Buffalo.’
Devils look to maintain dominance of Sabres (Sportsticker)
New Jersey Devils (8-7-2) at Buffalo Sabres (8-9-0) (The Sports Network)
Tonight’s Game (NewJerseyDevils.com)
New Jersey @ Buffalo (SabresFans.com)