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July 12, 2012

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While I agree with most of this, I'll proudly admit that I am one of those who yells "Shoot" at the TV on the power play. I would gladly stop that if the Sabres, in fact, could generate ANY scoring opportunities on the power play.

Other than that, I agree with you... a couple of analysts and the handful of idiots who post comments on the TBN and WGR sites certainly give the appearance that Buffalo doesn't know hockey. Thankfully, we know they are not representative of everyone.

By the way, how much are you loving the Steve Ott trade? If nothing else, the guy sure knows what to say to win over a blue collar town like Buffalo. I'm kind of in love with the guy.

Now, where's our TJ Oshie deal?? And why no offer sheet for Getzlaf? Huh?

Who wouldn't love the Steve Ott deal? Well, maybe the retard that called into Schopp and the Bulldog and said he thinks Buffalo should give Sean Avery a shot because "he's a 25 goal per year scorer." Haha.

But for real, no more Oshie (don't need him now anyway) and Getz isn't an RFA but will most certainly be a UFA for next year.

I'm more excited to see the killer G's getting a shot this season than anything. I think it's a needed spark for the future.

We may be in for a real treat. And most importantly, this is the closest to the team that Regier has always wanted, so it's finally put up or shut up time.

Why did I think Getz was an RFA this year? And I guess you're right about Oshie. Assuming things pan out, they no longer need him. I still want a legit #1 center. I think Grigorenko has a ton of potential, but hey, so did Brian Holzinger. The proof is in the pudding. I want someone that has proven they can play in the NHL just in case this kid flops. Plus, would it be the worst thing in the world if the Sabres ended up with (gasp) TWO top centers??

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