‘“That just means that Randy (Cunneyworth) and Doug (Houda) and the staff down there has done a very good job with them. When they get here they’re ready to play and I think they deserve a lot of credit for that,” said Sabres head coach Lindy Ruff.’
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'"Right now, I know the only way I'm going to play is if somebody gets hurt, so it's a little bit boring and not the greatest situation you can have," said Noronen who's 1-2-0 with a 4.26 GAA. "I have nothing against Buffalo. I want to play rather than hanging around the stands or riding a bike. If I can't do it here, hopefully I can do somewhere else."'
‘The veteran Sabres defenseman owns Montreal Sports, a hockey equipment company that specializes in goalie sticks.’
‘The technology makes it easy for anyone to create a podcast, which means there is a lot more chaff than wheat out there. But there are professionally produced versions that are well worth a listen, including the Sabres’ own official podcast, “The Morning Skate.”‘
'“It’s been more than that,” Paille said when asked if making the NHL was indeed all it was cracked up to be. “I’ve always dreamed of playing in the NHL. Now that I’m at that point, my goal is to maintain it as long as I can and try and do what I can control.”'
‘Biron has been linked to the Canucks almost since the day Dan Cloutier’s season-ending knee surgery was announced Dec. 13. At the time, he was in the midst of a sublime 13-game win streak and the Sabres could not even contemplate moving him. Now that Miller is back from his broken thumb and playing extremely well, speculation is again mounting that Buffalo GM Darcy Regier will do something with his “three’s company” dilemma.’