WNY Sports Zone Sabres Brass: Everyon...

WNY Sports Zone Sabres Brass: Everyone's to Blame

There are 5 comments on the WGRZ Buffalo story from Apr 10, 2008, titled WNY Sports Zone Sabres Brass: Everyone's to Blame. In it, WGRZ Buffalo reports that:

From first to essentially worst. That's how many Sabres fans view the 2007-2008 season after the team failed to make the playoffs.

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Brendon

Buffalo, NY

#1 Apr 10, 2008
Here is a short list of players I would like to see in a Sabres Jersey as "returners" and "new comers":
Marian Hossa
Stu Barnes (Again)
Mike Peca (I know, bad blood, but we need leader/scorers)
Wade Redden (to kill the Ottawa
blue line and help ours)
Teppo Numminen (He is too good to let go)
Johan Hedberg (Miller's Back-Up)
Knight of Sports Insight

Buffalo, NY

#2 Apr 11, 2008
Management is to blame, first and last. Stop trying to shift he blame on the players. Yes, they should share in the pitiful failure this season, but it was the management that set the wheels in motion. They ripped the heart and soul out of the team. Leadership - start with the front office and set an example. It was obvious to the team and everyone else that management didn't believe they were good enough or worth enough to win. How do you expect the players to believe it? Get rid of all the great players that contributed to the incrediable ride the Sabres were on and expect them to just keep going! I hope Miller leaves and goes to a team that knows the value of "team". Teppo, yeah he settles things down, if not, he starts having heart palpatations.
SBUFFALOBOSS

Buffalo, NY

#3 Apr 11, 2008
Add Tim Kennedy to the list.

What better way to get the area excited then to sign a local player who has talent. If there is any doubt how much talent the guy has just watch highlights of his play at Michigan State, heck his end to end rush last year vs. Michigan is still and ESPN Highlight of the Week fan favorite. He stole the show at last year's trainig camp before the Sabres' braintrust allowed him to return to Michigan State (no room in Rochester to develop any players since we shared the Americans - another stupid money saving idea that will cost us in player developement).

Since this is a smart move I wonder if it will ever happen.
Triumph the dog

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#5 Apr 13, 2008
Hmm great solution sign miller long term just what we need. Maybe ruff can learn the Heimlich and stop ryan from choking next year. Wow sign a goalie long term big money deal with numbers like these.

hmm
24th in the league in goals against average
Ryan Miller, BUF 2.64
29th in the league in save percentage
Ryan Miller, BUF .906
43rd in the league in total goals against
Ryan Miller, BUF 197
40th in the league in losses
Ryan Miller, BUF 27
20th in the league in shutouts
Ryan Miller, 3
ohh he did rank 1st in the league at something most overtime losses
1 Ryan Miller, BUF 10

woof! woof!
Lil Millsy

Niagara Falls, NY

#6 Apr 18, 2008
Triumph the dog don't u ever say anything else besides that comment.

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