In this Buffalo News exclusive, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller reacted to the firing of head coach Lindy Ruff. “It’s too bad. Lindy’s a good guy, loyal guy, good coach. I just feel bad.” Miller said. You can listen to the complete audio right here.
With Ron Rolston now in Buffalo, Chadd Cassidy becomes the new Rochester interim head coach, as first reported by Kevin Oklobzija of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle.
WGR’s Chris “Bulldog” Parker wants to know where you were when the news broke that Lindy Ruff was being fired.
WBEN has some reaction from the fans after Ruff’s dismissal.
CBS Sports insists that coaching isn’t the only problem in Buffalo. This link comes complete with video from Darcy Regier’s press conference.
Former Sabre and South Buffalo native Tim Kennedy is out to revive his career after a series of unfortunate events.
The Buffalo Bills are allowed to interview up to 60 NFL draft prospects and team assistant general manager Doug Whaley tells Tim Graham of the Buffalo News that Manti Te’o will be one of them. I’m sure that’s an interview every fan and media member will wish they could hear in its entirety.
Pro Football Talk confirms that including incentives, Tarvaris Jackson could earn up to $4.5 million in 2013. Of course if he meets all those incentives it likely means the Bills will be drafting very high again next season.
In a sport synonymous with head kicks and knock out punches, it’s easy to forget the mental aspect of mixed martial arts. (Tonawanda News)
Team Abdallah has sought out one of the most respected boxing trainers in the sport, former IBO champion Jeff Mayweather. (Lockport Union Sun)
Hopes are high as the University at Buffalo’s men’s and women’s track and field teams embark on the 2013 Mid-American Conference Indoor Championships. The two-day meet at Eastern Michigan University’s Bob Parks Track will be February 22 and 23.