“To see what Mr. Golisano did (at the Hockey Legends dinner) for the foundation, the children of Buffalo and this community… I was overwhelmed,” stated LaFontaine.
Archives for February 2006
'"It's always tough," Numminen said. "When you retire from the national team, it's always sad. I'm trying to keep cool."'
Taylor’s return can’t help Amerks snap their skid (Rochester D&C)
Bulldogs beat Amerks to inch closer (Hamilton Spectator)
Amerks Lose Seventh Straight (RNews.com)
Amerks fall 6-4 to ‘Dogs; Taylor returns to lineup (Amerks.com)
Bulldogs win fourth straight (HamiltonBulldogs.com)
'"I'm more excited than I was at the beginning of the season and after the lockout," Briere said. "We're going down the stretch. There's only a month and a half left in the regular season, and we're two points away from Ottawa. Nobody in the world thought we could be even close to them."'
Losing streak haunts Amerks on home ice (Rochester D&C)
'HF: Any contact with Sabres since training camp?
MC: Well, not much throughout the season so far. When I was down there I got to go the main camp and it was a good experience for sure. I got to talk to quite a few of the guys and the coaches. They gave me a few things to work on. I’ve spoken to the trainer a couple of times about a bit of a shoulder injury, but it’s a lot better now.'
'"I've been hoping every day when I wake up that something's going to happen," Noronen said this week as the Sabres resumed practice following a 10-day Olympic break. "But nothing has happened and now it's two weeks left and I'm still hoping that something will happen. Hopefully, they move me somewhere or somebody else."'
'Most Valuable Player: It has to be goaltender Ryan Miller.'
Slumping Amerks lose fifth straight (Rochester D&C)
Amerks Drop 5th Straight (RNews.com)
Breaking away (GriffinsHockey.com)