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Stanley Cup Finals: Boston Edition - Story

Posted by Buffalo Jeffrey on June 18, 2013 - 12:06am

 If tonight's edition of the Stanley Cup Finals was an episode of Sesame Street it would have been brought to you by the number three. Game three, like games one and two, were decided by the third line. Former Sabre and Welland, Ont. native, Danielle Paille, picked up right where he left off from the overtime of game two, passing to Tyler Seguin, moving to the other side of the net and hammering home a laser to break the 0-0 deadlock and score what would eventually become the game winner.

Stanley Cup Finals: Boston Edition - Story

Posted by Jeffrey S Levine on June 18, 2013 - 12:06am

 If tonight's edition of the Stanley Cup Finals was an episode of Sesame Street it would have been brought to you by the number three. Game three, like games one and two, were decided by the third line. Former Sabre and Welland, Ont. native, Danielle Paille, picked up right where he left off from the overtime of game two, passing to Tyler Seguin, moving to the other side of the net and hammering home a laser to break the 0-0 deadlock and score what would eventually become the game winner.

Stanley Cup Finals Game Two: A Tale of Two Cities - Story

Posted by Jeffrey S Levine on June 16, 2013 - 1:43am

After taking 112 minutes of hockey to determine who won the first game of the Stanley Cup, the first 20 minutes of game two made it appear that the outcome should never be in doubt. Chicago outshot Boston 19-4, a pace that would come out to 111-21 over six periods, dictated play and had the United Center on the edge of their seat with chance after chance after chance. Even with a Blackhawks goal being waived off, the fact that Boston escaped only down 1-0 was perhaps a portent of things to come.
 

Anything you've ever wanted to know about the Stanley Cup answered - Blog

Posted by Jeffrey S Levine on June 14, 2013 - 11:48am

 Have you ever wanted to ask a particular player a question but didn't have access to him? Curious about why a coach made a particular decision. Wondering where the nets go after the game? 
 
Let Sports & Leisure be your eyes, ears and mouth during our continued coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals.

The Quest for Lord Stanley's Cup - Story

Posted by Jeffrey S Levine on June 14, 2013 - 11:06am

 Game one of the Stanley Cup Finals started in Chicago at 7:22pm with raucous applause and ended the same way over four and half hours later as Andrew Shaw pushed a double deflection past Tuukka Rask in the third overtime. As cheers of "Let's go Hawks!" turned into "Let's go Home!," this Buffalo boy was not sad to see a very good Bruins team dispatched in such dramatic fashion. It may not make up for the 1999 Finals, the second longest game in Stanley Cup history, but this game was one for the ages and indicative of how closely matched these two teams are.

The Quest for Lord Stanley's Cup - Blog

Posted by Jeffrey S Levine on June 13, 2013 - 11:23am

Game one of the Stanley Cup Finals started in Chicago at 7:22pm with raucous applause and ended the same way over four and half hours later as Andrew Shaw pushed a double deflection past Tuukka Rask in the third overtime. As cheers of "Let's go Hawks!" turned into "Let's go Home!," this Buffalo boy was not sad to see a very good Bruins team dispatched in such dramatic fashion. It may not make up for the 1999 Finals, the second longest game in Stanley Cup history, but this game was one for the ages and indicative of how closely matched these two teams are.

Buffalo Sabres Alumni hockey game to benefit Paradise House - Blog

Posted by jkirch on April 15, 2013 - 2:57pm

 An exhibition hockey game featuring members of the Buffalo Sabres Alumni Association will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 21 at Holiday Twin Rinks, 3465 Broadway, Cheektowaga. The Sabres alumni will be taking on a Colvin Cleaners team made up of employees of the company and Western New York hockey players who made a charitable donation to participate. Proceeds from the game will benefit Paradise House, a transitional living program for women in Buffalo.
 

Buffalo Stars Girls head to States - Press Release

Posted by Anonymous on February 28, 2013 - 3:50pm

 Both Buffalo Stars Girls teams will be heading to the New York State Championships next weekend. 
The Girls 19U will head to Chazy, NY about 20 miles north of Plattsburgh were they will compete for the right to represent the State of New York in the National Championships in San Jose, CA in early April.

Amerks face loss of stabilizing defenseman, Pardy - Blog

Posted by etshman on February 6, 2013 - 4:20pm

  When the lockout ended, Adam Pardy helped the Amerks ease the pain of losing top defenseman T.J. Brennan and Joe Finley. During a five game winning streak, the 28 year-old veteran defenseman continually got the puck out and helped steady things in front of goalie David Leggio. The Sabres noticed and now he’s back in Buffalo.  This time there is no replacement,  but that’s life in the AHL.

Popular London sports and entertainment venue gets new name - Blog

Posted by Joe Kirchmyer on December 14, 2012 - 11:38am

London, Ontario’s well-known home for concerts, events, exciting hockey courtesy of the London Knights and full-filled basketball with the London Lightning now has a new name. Gone is the familiar John Labatt Center nameplate, replaced by the equally recognizable Budweiser Gardens moniker.
 
A soft transitioning of the venue to Budweiser Gardens began several months ago, with the official re-opening of the building held on Oct. 11 – the 10th anniversary of the venue. 

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