It is another ranking article on the prospects of the Buffalo Sabres. [The Hockey News].
This one is just a top five, and it boasts some names that should be an important part of the Buffalo Sabres future? Except, no where on the list is Zemgus Girgensons.
I know I put Mikhail Grigorenko higher on my depth chart when I was ranking the forwards (I still have to do the right wings – coming later this week), but in my honest opinion the Buffalo Sabres have a better shot at developing Zemgus Girgensons than Mikhail Grigorenko at this point, solely because they were able to develop him properly from the beginning.
Former Buffalo Sabres owner Tom Golisano will have to be better than Terry Pegula’s bid in push for the Buffalo Bills. [Sports Media 101].
If your selling something, then obviously the more bidders the better. How many times have you wanted to buy something on ebay only to have someone out bid you at the very last second.
Tom Golisano is trying to bid that way in the hopes of becoming the next owner of the Buffalo Bills.
At the end of the day he is going to have to come over the 1.3 billion dollar offer submitted by Terry Pegula, which would already stand as the largest pricepoint for an NFL franchise to be sold at. It is well over the 870 million dollars that the team is valued for.
Speaking of throwbacks. (Not sure where that came from…) Let us harken back to December 8, 1991. [Hockey Buzz].
My grandfather was always more a Bills fan than a Buffalo Sabres fan. So whever the Sabres would lose and the Bills would win – he was always over at the house giving us blue and gold members of the family any sort of crap he could.
Well this was one of those days, where the Bills pulled out an overtime come from behind win, and the Sabres lost to the Calgary Flames – but remember the era, because it would be back and in relatively short order.
Andre Reed makes one more catch from Jim Kelly. [NPR].
12+83=6. And this past weekend it equaled tears. You didn’t know if Jim Kelly was going to make it to see Andre Reed make it into the hall with the emergence of his cancer again – and the battle that Andre Reed has had to get into the hall. Not only did he make it to see his receiver get their, but he threw him a pass on stage. The crowd went wild.