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Tip-o-the-sunglasses to “MrExpos” (I think we can safely assume he hails from Montreal), for providing this Photo-chop-shop masterwork of Claude Julien. Yep. It feels pretty finger-lickin’ good when the Sabres beat the Bruins. Go Sabres.
The Boston Bruins might want to spend some time reviewing tape of Tyler Ennis. Last night, Ennis raced all over the Bruins, registering a goal and an assist. It’s something that has become a pattern for Ennis and Boston. You … Continue reading
You can never have enough fun. With that in mind, and by high demand, comes another Twitter Game Chat “BINGO!” card set, just in time for tonight’s contest between the Sabres and the Bruins. You’ve got three cards to choose … Continue reading
The Sabres face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins tomorrow night. For Buffalo, the standings are the first thing to come to mind regarding the matchup. However, fans be warned: little 5’11” Matt Cooke is on a warpath, a path it … Continue reading
After a quick scouring of the newspapers of NHL cities on-line, there was nary a incisive comment to find about the sale of the Buffalo Sabres to multi-billionaire Terry Pegula. The search did, however, reveal more tough times for former … Continue reading
Most NHL fans know of the trade that sent Phil Kessel from Boston to Toronto. In Boston, fans already were publicly vilifying him on message boards and Bruins blogs before the trade – but the hate hasn’t stopped since. Fair enough – the Leafs … Continue reading