Well, that was something, huh?

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.

Sabres earn sympathy.

Better Days?

Go Bills!


So you’re telling me there’s a chance.

Now look what you’ve done.

This is what’s known as timeliness.

In conclusion…

sabres presser


  1. What the hell is wrong with Jerry Sullivan and Mike Harrington?? The one question I heard from Sullivan was snarky at best and at its worse condisending (sic). I don’t think Ted Black should have apologized to the media present. The unprofessionalism of the two sportswriters was out there for all to see. Both of them have a bias against the Coaching Staff and upper management since Ted Nolan was fired, and Lindy Ruff was hired . Where was Bucky Gleason?? The times I have heard him talk to Sabres Players and management  at least he was respectful
    Larry Felser was a consumate Ssports writer, and while he could be confrontational at times people respected him for being fair. I wonder what he would say about the dreadful display put on by Mr Harrington and Mr Sullivan??

  2. Jerry Sullivan should get the chip off his shoulder.  Totally disrespectful on his part today.  Ask tough questions, but don’t think you are the “Great Wizard” of Buffalo. We as fans can make up our own minds without your sarcastic remarks.  Have listened to him for many years and just have to turn the radio down when he gets on his soapbox

  3. TBN needs to [BN]formed: if you don’t get the answers, you’re not asking the right questions. 
    Someday this game of tag-you’re-shit between BN and the Sabres will end. Of course, the Sabres can just wait for the Internet to kill print.

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