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Are Buffalo Sports Eternally Doomed?

The Buffalo Sabres got their first win in five tries last night. It came by way of a(nother) great performance by goalie Ryan Miller. They have seven wins in this lockout-shortened season. Strangely, they are currently the worst team in the Eastern Conference, and yet they are only four points […]


End Of The Lindy Line 2

The Buffalo Sabres announced today that they have “relieved Lindy Ruff of his coaching duties”. That is the “nice” way of saying, “We fired him.” It’s been asked for, begged for, longed for, pined for, and even fully expected for a few seasons now. Sabres fans (and players?) have felt […]


The State of the Buffalo Bills

It’s ugly. No way to sugarcoat that. It’s just ugly. BUT, as with all things, there’s always hope. First, though, here’s what’s wrong. Loser Mentality There is still a feeling among Bills fans—and apparently among the players, too—that the Buffalo Bills are supposed to lose. In the past, that may […]


Sabres Exit Early, Here’s Why

The Buffalo Sabres 2009-2010 season ended tonight in Boston. They were the losers of Game 6 of the best of seven first round series, and that loss closed the doors on only the sixth season where Buffalo were the champions of their division. In many ways, this team had everything […]


Buffalo Sabres: 2010 Northeast Division Champs

I would like to acknowledge the recent accomplishment of my favorite hockey team, the Buffalo Sabres: winning the Northeast division of the Eastern Conference! Nice job, guys! For the past two years the Sabres have been just outside the top eight teams that make the playoffs (only missing by a […]


Olympic Hockey: National Personalities?

Team USA, on the strength of Ryan Miller’s shut out, and Zach Parise’s two goals, advanced to the Olympic “final four” yesterday. It was a fantastic day of hockey! The Canadian team looked super impressive, beating up on the Russians, 7-3… but making it look even easier than that. (And […]


Bills’ Choice Continues to Baffle

According to this blog post, former NFL head coach Brian Billick was very interested in the Bills vacant head coaching spot—filled yesterday by Chan Gailey—but the Bills showed no interest in him. Marty Schottenheimer has said the same thing. In Marty’s case it’s interesting in that he and Bills’ GM […]


Seriously, Bills?

After all of the talk of Bill Cower, and Marty Schottenheimer, and Mike Shannahan. Even Jon Gruden and several more lesser known, but highly-qualified candidates. After all of the “due process”. The Bills announced today that Chan Gailey will be their next head coach. Chan Gailey. Former Dallas head coach […]


Regarding The Buffalo Bills 2

Perhaps you have heard that the professional football team nearest to the Campbell family hearts both geographically and emotionally has recently been making some changes. Starting a couple months ago when they fired their head coach, Dick Jauron. (Well, they really started just before the season began when they fired […]