Anyone who is passionate about sports should understand how the fan in this video is feeling. At the time of this interview, his team had never won the coveted Stanley Cup. They were at the brink of the ultimate championship and he could feel it.
Let me preface this blog by telling you that I am more of a casual Buffalo Sabres fan. I like the team and I watch them but I don't live and die with them like many of my friends. I have been to two Sabres games in the past week and had a great time at each of them...
Tyler Ennis scored on a rebound in overtime to give the Sabres a 4-3 win over the Flyers in Philadelphia to give the Sabres a 3-2 lead in their best of seven first round series. The Sabres had built a 3-0 lead in the first period only to see the Flyers rally with two goals in the second period and former Sabre Daniel Briere beating Ryan Miller to tie it 3-3 setting the stage for overtime.
Jason Pominville scored a first period goal and Ryan Miller did the rest, stopping all 32 shots he faced in the Buffalo Sabres 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers to even their best of seven playoff series at two games apiece. Miller was spectacular at times but there was no save bigger than the one he made on former Sabre captain Daniel Briere who was parked all alone in front of the Buffal
The Philadelphia Flyers sent the sellout Buffalo crowd and 5-thousand fans outside back home disappointed after dealing the Sabres a 4 to 2 defeat Monday night to take a 2 to 1 lead in their best of seven playoff series.
The Philadelphia Flyers finally scored a power play goal in their series with the Buffalo Sabres and it propelled them to a 5 to 4 playoff win. The Flyers had 10 chances with the man advantage so you figured it was just a matter of time before they would find the net. That power play goal broke a 3-3 tie in the second period and a short time later former Sabre Daniel Briere had a puck deflect o
The Sabres earned an impressive 1-0 victory in Philadelphia with an outstanding defensive effort against the Flyers Thursday night to take Game One of their opening round playoff series. Angola native Patrick Kaleta scored the lone goal of the game on the rebound of a shot by defenseman Marc-Andre Gragnani six minutes into the third period...
It's that time of year again when beards start getting thicker and we start dreaming again. We pray that this will be the year. In order for the Sabres to win Lord Stanley's Cup, they've got to get through Philly. If you're not a hockey fan, you're going to want to catch up to speed quickly. Here's a video of some of what you need to know about the Sabres/Flyers series.