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Topic - Ted Black
Sabres forward Drew Stafford has witnessed plenty of turmoil during his eight seasons in Buffalo.
The NHL is already interested in Sabres owner Terry Pegula's $172-million downtown Buffalo hockey/entertainment complex, even though the facility is not completed yet.
Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff was fired on Wednesday after the team's latest slow start to the season and amid growing criticism from the team's fan base.
The announcement was made on the team's Twitter account and confirmed by Sabres spokesman Michael Gilbert on Wednesday. Ruff was relieved of his duties shortly after the team held a 90-minute practice, and a day after the Sabres were booed several times by their home fans during a 2-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets.
Ron Rolston will finish out the season as the Buffalo Sabres interim coach, taking over hours after Lindy Ruff was fired Wednesday amid growing criticism for the team's slow start.
Lindy Ruff is out as coach in Buffalo, meaning the slow-starting, inconsistent and sometimes lethargic Sabres have now become Ron Rolston's mess to clean up.
It's not every day Ryan Miller or Thomas Vanek turns up on your doorstep to personally deliver season tickets.
Lindy Ruff still hasn't achieved his ultimate wish of bringing a Stanley Cup to Buffalo, but at least he'll get a couple more years to try.
The Buffalo Sabres' season is suddenly over, which means owner Terry Pegula's job is just beginning.
If there were any doubts that Terry Pegula was as big a Sabres fan as he says he is, they were erased when Pegula choked up at the sight of Sabres great Gilbert Perreault arriving at Pegula's first news conference as the team's new owner.
If there were any doubts that Terry Pegula was as big a Sabres fan as he says he is, they were erased when Pegula choked up at the sight of Sabres great Gilbert Perreault in attendance at Pegula's first news conference as the team's new owner.
"Pat was here for three months. It is one person," Black said. "I don't know if that impacts the greater mission or will deter us."
Black said the objective has not changed, and the team's transformation will continue under general manager Tim Murray.