Archive | May, 2015

Bylsma Will Take Sabres’ Reins

If the wind just picked up on the shores of Lake Erie, it may have been the collective sigh of the city of Buffalo, as our team has finally locked down a head coach. Each ‘y’ is crossed and each ‘a’ is curved. The dotted line has been signed. There are no agreements in principle, […]

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Thanks Bass Pro, We Owe You One!

As you stroll down by Canalside, or the Commercial Slip this weekend, take some time to think about what could have been. It’s been almost eleven years since we heard the words “Bass Pro”, uttered from then Buffalo Mayor; Tony Masiello and Governor George Pataki. Of course we all know what happened next, six years […]

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Can #BabWatch Become #MacEichel?

Well, damn. We did not see that coming. It’s like meeting a blind date and hitting it off, only to step away to the bathroom and find her draped over the trainwreck of a brah hanging at the bar. He shoots you a wink that says “Thanks, brah,” and you slink away to the safety […]

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Buffalo Has That “Can Do Attititude”!

In just under three years the Queen City has seen a rejuvenation of somewhat amazing proportions, and not just the brick and mortar kind. Yes it seems that a new development is popping up almost every other day, the city landscape is changing at an almost comical speed (if you compare this to the last […]

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Buffalo’s Coaching Search Has Begun

It’s been an interesting month since the NHL regular season came to an end. The tension building to the draft lottery has dissipated and has begun to simmer into excitement. While Edmonton landed the first pick, Buffalo has seemingly set its sights on Boston University standout Jack Eichel. Eichel is currently entrenched with Team USA’s […]

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Buffalo Bills: Cheaters Get Caught & Punished, Now Let’s Move On!

OK NFL fans – especially the fans of the New England Patriots – enough is enough. Tom Brady and the Patriots Organization’s punishment is fair and was called for. This wasn’t an investigation held in the legal court of law with the burden falling on the prosecution to prove guilt. This is the NFL and […]

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