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Yeah, I don’t really have much to add to this Youtube video floating around the internet. Brian Galliford of Buffalo Rumblings mentioned it this morning on Twitter and I had to see for myself. As much as I wanted to turn away after hitting the play button, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it.
His name is “Nihill” and he’s from Ithaca, New York. Quite obviously, he’s a pretty depressed Buffalo Bills fan.
Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt has yet to catch on with another team since being released by the Bills before the beginning of last season. He did work out for New England late last season, but no contract came of it.
Roosevelt told me his goal is to still play in the NFL, but he’s also putting a lot of focus into making rap music. Here is a video he made along with his partner, former UB cornerback Domonic Cook.
They call themselves the Grind Hard Boyz and the video is titled “Grind Hard Anthem.” What do you think?
All of the talk last night and this morning regarding the Buffalo Sabres game in New York last night is focused on Patrick Kaleta’s hit on Rangers center Brad Richards. Kaleta received a well-earned five minute major for boarding a game misconduct. Given his reputation, past and the fact it was a start he hit from behind, I’ll be shocked if Kaleta doesn’t draw a multiple game suspension once he hears from the league soon.
After the game several players as well as Rangers coach John Tortorella ripped Kaleta. Tortarella called Kaleta’s hit “disgusting” and accused of him with having a lack of respect. Richards said “That’s not hockey. I don’t know what game he (Kaleta) plays, actually.”
I don’t disagree with any of the ire coming out of New York and I’m confident Kaleta will be sitting out some games in the future.
But was that the only dirty play of the game? What about this hit by Dan Girardi on Tyler Ennis in overtime. Arguably the play is every bit as dirty as Kaleta’s, and like Richards it was delivered to one of the team’s star players.
Former Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff held his farewell press conference this morning at the First Niagara Center. It was quite emotional and surely solidified his status as one of Western New York’s most beloved sports figures in recent memory, if not all-time.
Rather than recite many of his memorable quotes, you can read the Buffalo News article, which also features the full audio by clicking here.
Meanwhile, check out this excellent video tribute to Ruff that the fine folks over at Trending Buffalo put together. It’s really good.
Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller was extremely critical of his play in the locker room following last night’s 4-3 stunning loss to Toronto in overtime. Courtesy of NHL.com, in case you missed it here’s why. On a side note, maybe people should be more critical of Jordan Leopold. How do you not tackle Frattin in this situation as if you were playing football?
Congratulations to WGRZ-TV’s Ed Kilgore, who is celebrating 40 years in the TV business today. On January 3, 1973 Kilgore began his career at WGRZ and he’s been there ever since–an incredible accomplishment.
Here’s a Youtube clip posted by ForgottenBuffaloTour paying tribute to Kilgore, complete with several outstanding still photo shots. Congrats again, Ed!
It still stinks for NHL fans around the league suffering from hockey withdrawal due to the ongoing lockout, but perhaps fans in Buffalo can at least take comfort in knowing their star player is off to a good start overseas.
Thomas Vanek played his first game with the Grazz 99ers in Austria and scored on the power play against the Medvescak Zagreb.
Here’s video of the goal—and sorry if this posts comes off as a cruel reminder of what we’re missing.
If you want to see the grit of newly acquired Buffalo Sabres forward Steve Ott, make your way to Youtube and you could find several of his fights. This is one of my favorites; a brawl against Darroll Powe from last season. I find it hard to fathom even the biggest Derek Roy fans not being excited about this guy coming to play in Buffalo.
Courtesy of the Buffalo News, here’s the video from Mario Williams’ introductory press conference after signing his six-year deal with the Buffalo Bills, just in case you missed it or want to relive it again.
It’s hard to write a lot about newest Buffalo Sabre Cody Hodgson when we haven’t really seen him play. Instead, enjoy this Youtube clip we found that show all of the goals he’s scored thus far (16) in 2011-12. It’s pretty safe to say Sabres fans can’t wait to see what he does in Buffalo.
There’s few things more rewarding individually to a high school basketball player than surpassing the 1,000-point scoring mark for your career. I was fortunate enough to be in South Buffalo Tuesday evening as Bishop-Timon senior guard Kyle Kobis became the 13th player in school history to achieve the feat.
Granted there’s sure as heck no video taking/producing awards coming my way in the future, but I did have my iPhone handle to capture the footage of Kobis draining a long three-pointer to reach his milestone—made better by him achieving it at home in front of an appreciative crowd. I’m sure he’ll remember this moment for a very long time.
Everyone has known for a long time that prized high school football recruit Chad Kelly will be playing quarterback beginning next season at Clemson. The St. Joe’s record-setting senior made things official Wednesday by signing his National Letter of Intent at the school, present with his family, including Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly.
But Kelly wasn’t the only player singing a big-time letter Wednesday. St. Francis running back Akeel Lynch is now officially committed to Penn State University after signing Wednesday. The Gatorade New York State Player of the Year wasn’t scared off by the whole Jerry Sandusky/Sex Scandal that rocked the school over the past several months.
Have you wondered what Christian Laettner is up to now that his NBA playing days are long behind him? Well, the answer is coaching. WGRZ-TV reports the former Nichols high school legend is now an assistant coach with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA Developmental League and taking his gig very seriously.
“If you’re trying to get an NBA job they want to see how much experience you have,” Laettner told reporters, “So it’s a chance for me to improve my coaching skills.”
One of the most decorated athletes in Western Nww York history, Laettner went on to star at Duke University and was a member of the USA’s original “Dream Team” in 1992. He played in the NBA from 1992-2005 for six different teams.
World Wrestling Entertainment superstar CM Punk was in the Kiss 98.5 studio this morning to promote Sunday’s upcoming “Night of Champions” pay-per-view in Buffalo at the First Niagara Center.
While Punk doesn’t give away any tricks of the trade, not to mention being extremely tired, you get a strong sense during his 10 minute interview that he truly doesn’t like his opponent for Sunday night, Triple-H.
Punk also discusses his tattoos, his hometown of Chicago and his poor sleeping habits. The interview is worth seeing, at least if you’re a pro wrestling fan, so here’s the video (courtesy of Kiss 98.5)
Folks of Western New York who enjoy ice skating, particularly those who play ice hockey, will consider this good news. In a report by Adam Benigni of WGRZ-TV, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced new management agreements for rinks owned by the city; which consist of Lafayette, Cazenovia and Riverside ice rinks.
Brown said in a press conference that the North Buffalo Bison Hockey Association and Hasek’s Heroes, with the support of the Buffalo Sabres, have been awarded the managerial rights. Bisons Hockey will manage Lafayette while Hasek’s Heroes will manage Riverside and Cazenovia. It was also announced that the Sabres Foundation will donate $100,000 for infrastructure upgrades at the Cazenovia and Riverside sites.
Benigni also reports that Mayor Brown said there will be an increase in public skating hours at each rink.
Here is the video of the announcement, courtesy of WGRZ-TV.
As we prepare to work on a Buffalo Sabres game seven preview, someone tell us how Mike Richards will not only escape a suspension, but only received a two minute minor for this vicious cheap shot on Tim Connolly. If there’s any doubt about Richards’ intention on this play, focus in on the 10-14 second portion of this clip, when it’s clear as day his arms are fully extending Connolly head first into the boards.
Connolly has already been ruled out of Tuesday’s deciding game because of this hit.
This was Richards’ second cheap shot of the series. He was already issued a five minute major for elbowing Patrick Kaleta in the face during game four. Speaking of… If this was Kaleta doing the hitting he’d be gone for at least five games. Take a stand against a player regardless of his status in the league for once, Mr. Bettman.
Immediately after the conclusion of the Buffalo Sabres game, tune in right here for Buffalo Bills Now!, the popular internet show hosted by Sal Cappacio on JustinTV.
Sal, often a pillar of solid Buffalo Bills news, says that he’s heard a lot of solid info lately from reliable sources as it pertains to the Bills draft and promises to share what he’s learned and hearing with viewers. Among other topics is a trade down option the organization may be hoping for, who they may target if they do trade, how some on the inside feel about Cam Newton and who the club may target if they keep the third overall pick.
Brian Galliford from Buffalo Rumblings is a scheduled guest. So when the Sabres end, make sure to tune in right here.
Tuesday night I got the opportunity to cover a basketball game between arguably the biggest rivals in all of high school sports; Canisius vs. St. Joes. In the rematch from last month (Joe’s won the first game on enemy turf), it was Canisius who pulled out the clutch road victory. When these teams plays the site is irrelevant, as the stands are always flooded with rowdy fans from both schools.
If you don’t think these fans take this bitter rivalry seriously, check out the reaction I was able to capture as the final buzzer sounded and the Canisius fans storm St. Joe’s home court. Notice the refs running for dodge as well.
For a full recap of what turned out to be a very exciting game, click here.
Billszone.com put together a wonderful NFL Network highlight package called “Bills draft in 10 minutes”.
If you’re on the fence about Spiller, watch the highlights and listen to Mike Mayock, Marshall Faulk and Michael Irvin speak about him. If you’re mind isn’t made up now, I really don’t know what to tell you.
Irvin compared Spiller to Faulk . Faulk said despite already having Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson, they “are no C.J. Spiller’s”. Mayock cited a ridiculous stat; of Spiller’s 52 touchdowns in college, 21 of them went for 50 or more yards.
I also found interesting that both Mayock and Brian Billick defended not taking taking Jimmy Clausen in round two even before the pick of Terell Troup was made. Mayock said the team has three guys with starting experience, while Billick thinks Chan Gailey can “tap” into Trent Edwards for better production.