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Report: Bills not among teams that interest Dansby

  • Posted on February 14, 2010 at 12:44 pm

With free agency looming in less than a month and the Buffalo Bills in need of defensive talent to accommodate their schematic switch, a lot of fans were hoping free agent Arizona linebacker Karlos Dansby would be on the team’s short list of wishes.  Perhaps he is, but according to a New York Post report, Dansby isn’t attracted in coming to play in Orchard Park next fall.

Dansby listed four teams he’d be interested in signing with when free agency starts and not surprisingly, Buffalo wasn’t among the potential suitors.  Dansby reportedly would like to play for the New York Giants, San Diego, Washington or division rival Miami.

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Tavares’ return sparks Bandits to win

  • Posted on February 14, 2010 at 12:40 pm

buffalo bandits logoCan you call it the Tavares effect?

In his first game after missing six straight with a calve injury, John Tavares would lead the Buffalo Bandits to their second victory of their season, defeating the Philadelphia Wings 13-11.

In what could have been a repeat performance, the Bandits fell into a 5-0 hole halfway through the first period and had some battling back to do.

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Stampede fall to Vermont 99-90

  • Posted on February 14, 2010 at 12:20 pm

The Buffalo Stampede hosted Vermont last night in PBL action in front of a vocal crowd at the Koessler Center.  Buffalo took a 10 point lead into the locker room at halftime, but fell apart in the third quarter.  As a result they dropped to 3-7 on the season with a 99-90 to the Frost Heaves.

Leading 44-34 at the half, Buffalo was outscored by an aggressive Vermont team 32-15 in the third and were unable to recover in time to avoid the loss.

Andy Robinson led the Stampede with 22 points, while former NBA player Damone Brown scored 20 to go with 14 rebounds and three steals. Mark Price was the only other Buffalo player in double figures with 11.

Jawan Bailey had a game-high 36 points for Vermont, who improved to 3-4.

The Stampede play their next three games on the road before returning home to face Puerto Rico on March 12.

Sabres end February with big win vs. Sharks

  • Posted on February 14, 2010 at 11:54 am

It’s always better to go out on a positive rather than a negative, which is what the Buffalo Sabres did on Saturday night after posting a 3-1 victory over the Western Conference’s best San Jose Sharks. The win ended a six-game winless streak and was their first and only win in February. Saturday’s game was the Sabres’ last before being off for two weeks for the Olympic break in Vancouver.

Right off the opening face-off, the Sabres played like team that had a lot of success up until recent times, while the Sharks looked sluggish.

Paul Gaustad opened a three goal second period for the Sabres after taking a nice pass from Henrik Tallinder. Gaustad was alone in front as three San Jose defenders drew their attention towards Tallinder in the left corner.

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