‘The sale price is said to be $175-million plus another $14-million in financial liabilities Pegula will assume, which is not bad considering Golisano paid just a little more than $60-million in cash when he bought the Sabres in March of 2003. Quinn, who will get around $14-million as a parting gift, said Monday he would like to stay involved in hockey, perhaps at the amateur level.’
Note: While we are busy tweaking the front page design to make it more appealing and functional (especially for our mobile readers), you may notice odd layout errors. Please hit "control-F5" to refresh the page and load the latest files. Thank you!