October 19, 2010

Fact: The Sabres can be good at hockey.

Fact: The Sabres can also be very bad at hockey.

Fact: The Sabres are not very good at hockey RIGHT NOW.

Fact: Derek Roy has apparently taken off his asshat and decided to become a real, grownup hockey player.

Fact: Derek Roy will probably do something to make us all hate him again very shortly.

Fact: Tim Kennedy was not the be-all, end all of the Sabres.

Fact: The Sabres organization has been known to not exactly make the most PR-friendly decisions when it comes to player management. (see: Numminen, Teppo; LaFontaine, Pat.)

Fact: Kennedy (and his agent) played the game at the bargaining table. They should not have been surprised when the Sabres played the game right back. (Especially since THEY WERE TOLD THAT MANAGEMENT MIGHT TAKE ACTION IF THEY DIDN’T LIKE THE DEAL!)

Sorry for shouting.

Fact: It was apparently Craig Rivet’s turn to bring the orange slices at practice yesterday.

Fact: Each person has their own personal threshhold at which they wish to push the panic button. There is no right or wrong time to do so, and just because people prematurely panic does not mean we get to make fun of them.

Fact: Telling people “it’s alright, do not panic” just pisses them off more.

Fact: It is perfectly acceptable to set off your car’s panic button in an overly crowded parking lot so that you can find your vehicle.

Fact: Setting your panic button off in your driveway will piss off your neighbors.

Fact: There are three Sabres games in the next four days. They will win at least two.

Fact: Pominville feeling better – and going on the road trip to Atlanta – is a good thing. Seeing him alive (and walking) might be the proverbial kick in the pants the boys need.

Fact: The pairing of Gerbe & Goose on a line is really comical. It looks like Goose’s much younger brother has been set loose on the ice with him.

Fact: Bears eat beets. Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.


  1. Question: Which bear is best?

  2. False. Black Bear.

  3. This post is hilar.

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