‘Under Golisano, the success story of the Buffalo Sabres is still flourishing, yet floundering. They are flourishing in the fact that the club is still young and exciting. They are floundering that — being a small market team — they can only spend so much in order to turn a profit with every oncoming season. Already burdened with a bunch of salaries from last season’s record amount of players that could have filed for arbitration ($29.3 million split amongst 13 players), the team has dug themselves a hole in order to improve off of last year’s team.’
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