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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Terry Pegula
First, Ryan Miller. Now, Pat LaFontaine.
Amid the maze of scaffolding and the diesel-engine rumble of construction taking place immediately outside the Buffalo Sabres' downtown arena, Dave Ogrean didn't need to see the finished product to envision HarborCenter's transformational potential for the city and hockey.
The Sabres are off to a 4-15-1 start, the worst in franchise history. Buffalo edged Los Angeles 3-2 in a shootout Tuesday night to avoid tying the worst home start in NHL history.
The Buffalo Sabres fired coach Ron Rolston and hired former coach Ted Nolan to replace him.
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.
A day after personally presenting season tickets to fans around Buffalo, Sabres owner Terry Pegula made a far more substantial delivery in securing the team's top defenseman, Tyler Myers.
It's not every day Ryan Miller or Thomas Vanek turns up on your doorstep to personally deliver season tickets.
Once defenseman Christian Ehrhoff put his round of golf on hold to hear what the Buffalo Sabres had to offer, general manager Darcy Regier was confident he had a shot of signing the player before the start of the NHL's free agency period.
Defenseman Christian Ehrhoff has a big surprise waiting for him when he wakes up at his home in Germany. Ehrhoff will learn he's with his third team in two days after the Buffalo Sabres acquired the free agent-to-be's rights Wednesday.
The days of the Buffalo Sabres all-too-familiar, cost-conscious, conservative approach to free agency just might be over.
The Buffalo Sabres have signed a nonbinding letter of intent to purchase the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League in Terry Pegula's latest bid to expand his hockey empire.
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.
After spending the past 10 days on the road, Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller was relieved to make a brief pit stop home Friday for a chance to change his wardrobe.
"It's understandable given all the moves we made," Pegula said, outside the team's locker room following a lengthy meeting with new general manager Tim Murray.