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On Trade Value: Roy and Stafford

I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of what we take for granted and what we overvalue as sports fans, especially Buffalo sports fans. Do we take solid running backs for granted because we have a track record of NFL name-value players running through our lines (Thomas, Henry, McGahee, et. al)? Did we immediately… Continue Reading

What Darcy could do… and what he will

(WECK 1230) — Because I think it’s foolish to yell “do something” without any idea what that something should be, I’d like to proffer some ideas for Darcy Regier before things get cooking at Noon on Thursday. Here’s the thing: I think Regier has determined that whatever value he figured he’d get for Tim Connolly… Continue Reading

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Trying to cement trade value isn’t easy, but I’ll try

(WECK 1230) –Let me apologize in advance for this random Sunday musing, because it’s kind of a brain-acher (If that doesn’t stop you from reading, what will?). I’ve been looking for the right “in” to attempt this column for a while, and I’ve found a nice half-assed one, so here goes. Jim Matheson of the… Continue Reading

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The Time Has Come To Part Ways With Regier

(WECK 1230) — It’s easy to type these words on the night the Buffalo Sabres are vanquished by an inferior — in talent — foe, but let me assure you I decided to post this when Raffi Torres was the team’s only trade deadline acquisition. Sabres general manager Darcy Regier, a superb boon to the… Continue Reading

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