Buffalo Sabres post-game audio

The end of a long road trip saw the Sabres drop a tough 3-1 loss to the Jets. Ezzy spoke with Ryan Miller, Matt Ellis and coach Lindy Ruff.

Posted by Ezra Ginsburg in Buffalo Sabres on March 5, 2012

Buffalo Sabres 2009-10 Season Preview

Last season did not exactly go as Sabres fans may have hoped.  The team finished tenth in the Eastern Conference with 91 points (two points out of the final playoff spot behind the Canadiens) and clearly didn’t realize the expectations that Darcy Regier had of them. On a positive note, the Sabres did have a […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Buffalo Sabres,Columns,Season Previews on September 4, 2009

NHL Morning Papers: Tuesday Edition

With the ouster of Patrick Marleau as Sharks captain, Mark Purdy of the San Jose Mercury News feels that Dan Boyle will be next in line for the C. Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe writes that its best for Patrick Kane to move on from the cab incident. Though Messier’s heart belongs in […]

Posted by Kyle Kosior in Boston Bruins,Buffalo Sabres,Calgary Flames,Chicago Blackhawks,NHL Morning Papers,Philadelphia Flyers,San Jose Sharks,Tampa Bay Lightning,Toronto Maple Leafs,Vancouver Canucks on August 18, 2009

On the Beat: Wings lines and reaction from Dave Tippett

What team beat writers are saying this afternoon: Stanley Cup Final Penguins fans are calling this “The Shift 2,” courtesy of Brooks Orpik.  The Penguins’ entire defense corps really is underrated. Here are the lines from the Wings’ last practice of the season.  Datsyuk still with Zetterberg. Everyone else Mike Heika has Dave Tippett’s reaction […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Atlantic Division,Buffalo Sabres,Central Division,Dallas Stars,Detroit Red Wings,Eastern Conference,Northeast Division,On the Beat,Pacific Division,Pittsburgh Penguins,Teams,Western Conference on June 11, 2009

Non-Playoff Morning Papers (Wednesday Edition): Risebrough says goodbye

Jochen Hecht was very unsatisfied with his performance for the Sabres this season. While Doug Risebrough admitted to being surprised by his firing, he exited the franchise gracefully, writes Michael Russo.  (Writer’s note: Russo will be on the IllegalCurve.com Radio Show tonight to provide more insight on the Wild.) Damien Cox has some more information about top […]

Posted by Richard Pollock in Buffalo Sabres,Minnesota Wild,NHL Morning Papers on April 22, 2009