Well, that was something, huh?
Ted Black and Darcy Regier met with the media for a heated, squirm-inducing press conference to finish off the 2013 Sabres’ season.
We rarely recommend sitting through an hour or so of this type of thing but we’ll certainly make an exception this time.
Twitter was fast and furious as the event transpired. Now that we’ve had a little time to process it, here’s some of the reaction.
Good programming decision.
Every radio station in the world should have pre-empted Jim Rome today for that #sabres press conference.Amazing stuff.
— Matt Bossert (@MattBossert) April 29, 2013
Sabres earn sympathy.
Amazing. This should have been a shameful moment for management and TBN’s lack of professionalism hands them the fans support. Well done. — The Outlander (@MattyRenn) April 29, 2013
Only way the #sabres presser could have gone worse for the team is if they had started blaring “Better Days” at the end.
— Pat Malacaro (@PatWGR) April 29, 2013
April 2013: The month Bills fans became more optimistic than Sabres fans.
— Kevin O’Neill (@KevinBuffalo) April 29, 2013
Sabres press conference in haiku… Darcy’s teams may lose / But look at all our draft picks! / Suffering ahead — Brian Donley (@Beer_Baby) April 29, 2013
So you’re telling me there’s a chance.
Now look what you’ve done.
I have sooooo many Sabres shirts and hoodies. I don’t even think I came close to wearing half of them this season — Chelsea (@chelydash36) April 29, 2013
This is what’s known as timeliness.
All these beautiful teams in the league and guys wanna mess with the #sabres SMH…
— sba (@essbeeay) April 29, 2013
— Craig Kanalley (@ckanal) April 29, 2013