‘”We have many questions for Buffalo Place,” said Michael Gilbert. “Why is the arena the only business south of the Thruway that is charged a fee? What service does Buffalo Place provide that warrants this charge? We will seek answers to these questions and others as we attempt to resolve this dispute in a friendly manner.”‘
Archives for March 28, 2007
‘[W]when you ignite fans the Sabres way, you’re going to spark passion in your opponents as well as in your own faithful. In this fifth edition of our Ultimate Standings, Buffalo ranks No. 1 among all Big Four pro franchises in giving fans the most back for the emotion, money and time they invest in their teams.’
‘Luce can’t discuss such players in specifics, but don’t think for a second his presence here might not make a difference when Daniel Briere, the Sabres’ leading scorer, decides where he wants to sign this summer. “I’ve been in the business a long time,” Luce said yesterday. “I know the one organization very well. My experience will help, yes.”’
'So how does four games in seven nights against playoff-caliber teams sound?'
'“I’m glad that he’s found a situation that they appreciate what he does and he’s going to have a chance to play,” Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller said Tuesday. “We certainly appreciated him here, and we loved every second of having Marty on the team. He was one of my closest friends on the team, and I’m excited for him.”'
Sabres continue chase for Presidents’ Trophy (Sportsticker)
New Jersey Devils (45-23-8) at Buffalo Sabres (48-20-7) (The Sports Network)
Game preview (NewJerseyDevils.com)
Game # 76: New Jersey @ Buffalo (SabresFans.com)
Kotalik returns as Sabres face Devils tonight (LetsGoSabres.com)
'For my money I’d prefer to play a tight-checking, but fundamentally flawed team like Montreal or the Isles. If I had to choose any of the teams currently in the playoffs my druthers would be for a match-up with Tampa in Round 1.'
'One month ago, when the Flyers acquired Martin Biron from the Buffalo Sabres, the 29-year-old goaltender was asked if he would try to convince his former teammate, Sabres center Daniel Briere, to join him in Philadelphia when he became a free agent on July 1. He said he already had. "And if I have more conversations with him the rest of the year and the summer I'll definitely say something good about the Flyers," Biron said.'