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  1. Actually the #1 thing that impressed me with this win was the effort they put forth after basically doing a 4 game road trip, traveling from Calgary to Vancouver to Edmonton to Buffalo in a 6 day period. Plus beating 2 of the top 4 teams in the Western Conference to finish it off, sweet.
  2. Risto on the #1 power play hopefully. Is there a more inaccurate PP QB than him?? The puck just naturally finds the skates of whoever is receiving his passes.
  3. And if this was a Xmas thread I'd say Mr. Grinch has arrived!! 😂 🤣 😂
  4. I'm going to nominate me as player of the year. Lost my #1 receiver after the first week and my #1 RB only played in 1/2 the games and I'm still in the playoffs after selecting 11th out of 12 teams. Poor SDS, you are what your record says you are....... North Cal, I'm coming after you next buddy. Good luck to all the good teams that made the playoffs. Wild Card looks like the beast of the year, annihilating everyone in his path.
  5. Sorry WildCard, you weren't in yet when I started mine. By the way thanks for the win in FF yesterday
  6. VS Yes I'm back and the Sabres are back home against the St. Louis Blues tonight on NBCSN. The 2nd return of ROR and our first crack at them since they won the Stanley Cup last season. With so many posters with hurt pee pee's on the site lately let's put out some facts on this season. The Sabres are currently in the playoff picture being 3rd in the division They are currently on a 90 point pace to finish the season Jack is playing at the pre-draft hype we all had for him that year Jack is currently 7th in the league in scoring on a 111 point pace They are currently tied for 2nd in the Atlantic Division in ROW They have played 17 games on the road and 14 at home where they are currently 8-3-3 Olofsson is tied with Stamkos, Pacioretty, Barzal and Malkin in points scored this season But with all that positivity, it gets almost completely drowned out by so many posters singing the blues, we suck, the defense sucks, the forwards suck, Hutton sucks. OMG is there no saving us. Even with scoring 25 goals in the last 6 games, Okposo's so far successful return, Larsson scoring at an almost 30 point pace, Johansson living up to the hype, we read over and over the negatives this team holds on. You can see why so many of us are saying damn right I got the Blues. Courtesy of Buffalo Sabres Digital Pressbox: https://sabresdigitalpressbox.com TONIGHT’S GAME BLUES at SABRES This is the first of two meetings between the Sabres and Blues this season. Last meeting: Buffalo defeated St. Louis 4-3 (SO) in Buffalo on March 17 Next meeting: Thursday, Jan. 9 in St. Louis The Sabres are 2-6-2 in their last 10 games vs. the Blues; 3-7-0 at home. This is the 121st game all-time between Buffalo and St. Louis; Buffalo has a 47-56-17 series record. The Sabres are 32-23-6 at home against the Blues all-time. THIS DATE IN SABRES HISTORY The Sabres are 10-8-2 all-time on December 10. December 10, 1983: Phil Housley records his 100th NHL point in a 4-2 win at Boston. Housley remains the only defenseman ever to record 100 points for the Sabres before his 20th birthday. December 10, 1989: Dave Andreychuk records his 500th NHL point in a 4-3 win vs. Washington. Andreychuk, who ranks second in Sabres history with 804 points, is one of just 10 players to record 500 points with the team. THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW After winning the last meeting between the teams in a shootout, the Sabres are looking for consecutive wins against the Blues for the first time since Nov. 12, 2008 and Dec. 27, 2009. Linus Ullmark has stopped 51 of 55 shots (.927) in his two career meetings with St. Louis. According to NaturalStatTrick.com, the Sabres entered played Monday with three players among the league’s leaders in 5-on-5 goals: Jeff Skinner (11, T-7th), Jack Eichel (9, T-15th), Sam Reinhart 9, T-15th). LETS GO BUFFALO
  7. Truly appreciate the ideas and I am on twitter but Ben Mathewson can't be messaged. I wouldn't know how to contact Eric Schmitz. So I'm back to square one again.
  8. Ticketmaster is it, I've been on the computer and phone for hours trying to find a way to get this done. The cheapest tickets I could find are around 175 bucks apiece before the markup unless you want to sit in the highest row in the arena and that's only if you live in their TV market. I checked Stubhub but at 175 bucks the markup with them is $50. I would prefer if I drive a thousand miles to go to a hockey game that I don't sit in the highest row in the arena but paying approximately $230 apiece for 6 tickets is pretty outrageous if you ask me plus going thru the Predators ticketmaster site, you have to buy a 6 game package with them to get tickets to the game even if you're in the market. Trust me there isn't any $6 tickets available either.
  9. Doesn't Stubhub charge you $50+ per ticket to buy there though??
  10. I agree with you, if I'm not mistaken there were 122 20 goal scorers in the NHL last season which averages for less than 4 per team. So if someone scores 20 on the 4th line, he's either on the wrong line to begin with or that is one phenomenal team.
  11. They get you off your billing zip code on your CCard and your area code on the phone you direct it to.
  12. DeLuca is our made up BS. They have 31 points in 28 games, that's over .500 in my book. Which if followed out is on a 91 point season, which probably doesn't get them in the playoffs although right this minute it does. And that my friend is an above .500 season. Plus flip that coin a different way, they didn't lose 18 out of 28 games in regulation, which in my Sabres recent history is outstanding.
  13. It's kind of funny reading some of this in that I'm presently in a city without hockey. I pay for my NHL-TV subscription and if I want to see a game live, the closest port is to drive up to Dallas once a year. Which is pretty easy to get advanced tickets for the games. As an example of just the total opposite of Buffalo season ticket holders who sell their seats to Leaf fans, or allow out of towners to purchase seats. Nashville will not sell any tickets via ticketmaster to anyone who doesn't have it imprinted on their birth certificates that they are Predator fans. You must live in the Predator TV area to be able to buy tickets. I'm wanting to go to the Sabres game next month on the 18th, and I'm presently having to use Stubhub to buy tickets which will be 2 here, 2 there and 2 in another place instead of being able to buy 6 in the same general area because my billing zip code isn't in Tennessee or Georgia. I've been researching for hours trying to get around this restriction put on by the Predators mainly to keep out Blackhawk fans and other out-of-towners. If anyone lives in the general area there and you have a better idea, let me know because I'm trying to get my grandkids to a game with me and they're making it near impossible to do so.
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