Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula goes big to buy Buffalo Bills. [Puck Daddy]
He bid a reported 1.3 billion dollars. The team is only valued at 870 million dollars. But no, this is not a Ville Leino over payment, but rather the fact that NFL teams don’t come on the market often, so when they do – the zero’s start to get added to the price tag.
Is Terry Pegula closest to the magic number that will entice the ownership group to sell the team to him? Does it really have to be about to money? Even if Terry Pegula isn’t the highest bidder – he could still end up being the owner of the Buffalo Bills if the group selling the team is convinced that he is the sole owner with the best chance at keeping the team in the Nickel city.
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While not a big football fan myself – the Buffalo Bills are important to the city of Buffalo, and new stadium or not – the team has a future here.
Once ownership is settled, the next step will be deciding whether or not a new stadium is needed, and the conversation of where it will be placed will heat up once again.
Who are the Buffalo Sabres top ten prospects? [Bleacher Report]
It only lists the Calder Memorial Trophy candidates; and it includes a list of guys that are going to be pretty impressive for the Buffalo Sabres.
Do any of these guys have a realistic chance of being on the roster this year? Sam Reinhart holds the best chance of getting the most minutes, and many may stay with their respective junior clubs.
When will the impact be felt by the Buffalo Sabres on having so many high profile prospects in the system?
It is getting close to the end of Summer, and that means the start of training camps are around the corner, and the release of NHL 15 can’t be too far off. [Playstation LifeStyle].
I can’t say I am excited about the release of the game; but for those of you with a nexgen console – you should be.
NHL Free Agency blew up the market this year,but slowed relatively quickly – and many good names still remain on the open market. Who lands a job before the season – and who stays on the outside of the NHL looking in?