Legacy Of Buffalo

So I asked a good friend of mine, Anthony Carusone, to do a little project for me. I approached him and asked him. . .

Nov 15, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Sabres head coach Ted Nolan watches play from the bench during the first period against the Toronto Maple Leafs at First Niagara Center. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Me: Hey so the Buffalo Sabres are making a bit of a commotion lately, firing their GM and Head Coach, hiring two familiar faces in Ted Nolan and Pat LaFontaine, and it seems to have worked. They look like a new team, ready to leave a brand new legacy, think you could throw something together that captures that?

Anthony: Yeah, I think I could do that. That sounds like fun!

Ok. So maybe that wasn’t the exact conversation, but he made an amazing video and I think he captured a great look as to what is to come with the “brand new” Buffalo Sabres. Using some old stock footage he found, he was able to capture the new look of the Buffalo Sabres in only three and a half minutes

Check it out the video here!

Also, check out and subscribe to his channel and see what other videos he can come up with!

The new legacy seems to be working for Buffalo, earning a win against the rival Toronto Maple Leafs. Even though they have dropped the last few games after that, they still continue to show what they are capable of.

Buffalo is in the midst of regaining their confidence, we have a large group of young guys, a fresh new face in the office, a soon to be (hopefully) new GM, and a coach who is trying to gain his NHL composure. It’s really an interesting time to be a Buffalo Sabres fan.

I won’t spoil the video for you, but I think it’s a great collaboration of clips that really summarizes where Buffalo is heading.

Thanks again to Anthony for your hard work!

Topics: Buffalo Sabres

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  • Jes

    Awesome video still don’t like the new coaching style. Hopefully new GM decides to bring in a more offensive type coach. Grinding out on a game to game process won’t work in todays NHL. I wouldn’t mind Nolan as an assistant though.

  • qwicwted

    Great video – now if we could look as good for at least 40 minutes a game.