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Buffalo Sabres Mon May 21 2018 09:00:33 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Clarence alumnus ('73) Fred Page passed away December 13, 2017 after a lengthy illness. Friends shared many fond memories, and he will be missed by all.
The Buffalo Sabres added depth to their defensive unit by trading for defenseman Nathan Beaulieu. As last weekend’s NHL trade freeze approached, the Buffalo Sabres and Montreal Canadiens did everything but freeze. The Habs sent defenseman N
Thinking about Leafs/Sabres tonight, I decided to check on some statistics at random. Here are the results. This first section is for 5v5: Nicolas Deslauriers is the worst CF% player in the NHL who has played more than 20 games. Shawn Thornton is the
Ryan and The Defenseman talk about the first trip of the season to Miami on a very warm day in Florida. Warren Buffett is there, for some reason. Listen, it's a weird one. Continue reading → Year 16 of the DroughtCast has arrived and so has
Year 16 of the DroughtCast has arrived and so has Rex Ryan. The Buffalo Bills did not make the playoffs in 18 seasons, and we’re recording an episode about every single game they play between playoff experiences. That’s 288 games
Clarence alumnus ('71) Marty Root passed away after a long illness on October 14, 2017.  He lived down the street from me in Clarence Center, and remained a fixture in town and at the Labor Day activities for life. He will be missed.ROOT - M
Just four days after the Stanley Cup Final, the Buffalo Sabres have found their head coach. Former defenseman Phil Housley was officially named head coach. After all the reports and rumours, the Buffalo Sabres have a head coach. DONE DEAL: The Sabres
I turned on the World Junior Championship final game last night and watched overtime and the shootout, which had me on the edge of my seat. The USA managed to pull it out in the end, with Tyler Parsons stopping all 5 shots in the shootout, and Troy T
Ryan and The Defenseman are back to start the 2015 season with the departure of Doug Marrone and the arrival of Rex Ryan. They talked about the Draft, the future and some other dumb crap. Continue reading → Year 16 of the DroughtCast has ar
With the Stanley Cup Final nearing an end, the Buffalo Sabres are awaiting a coach. Nashville and Pittsburgh both have coaching candidates. The NHL offseason just seems days away. The eyes of the hockey world will be watching the Buffalo Sabres as th
Losing isn't a pit. It isn't something you can find the bottom of and climb out. But you still have to look up. Continue reading → At the NFL Combine in Indianapolis in early March, former Cleveland Browns coaches got together to clown one
After exploring forwards the Buffalo Sabres may look to sign, the next step comes on defence. It comes without question that the Buffalo Sabres need to upgrade their blueline. The team has began this process early with the signing of Viktor Antipin,
Ryan and The Defenseman discuss the final game of the 2014 season, wherein football sociopath Tom Brady doesn't play very long and, well, absolutely nothing at all matters even a little bit. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has
Players will be moved in the next few weeks as the playoffs come to an end. The Buffalo Sabres not only need to make trades, but also have to look ahead to Free Agency. Buffalo Sabres GM Jason Botterill has lots on his plate already. The team is firs
Ryan and The Defenseman are B A C K and talking about one of the most disappointing games of the Drought: a must-win against a 2-win Raiders team with a shot at the postseason. What's the name of the podcast again? Continue reading → Year 1
With the NHL leaving Reebok and going to Adidas, the Buffalo Sabres are a team thatwill have jersey alterations. Starting next season, the new maker of NHL jerseys will be Adidas. Announced earlier, 12 NHL teams will have jersey alterations. The exte
Ryan and The Defenseman are here once more to talk about the Green Bay Packers attempting to get their first win ever in Orchard Park. It's Bacarri Rambo time, folks. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilso
While the playoffs are nearing an end, the Buffalo Sabres are already at work adding to their blueline. Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill is already hard at work to improve his new team. Many reports are on going on who potential coachin
Ryan and The Defenseman return to talk about Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, who Kyle Orton desperately tries to get revenge over a mile above sea level. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is f
This year’s NHL Expansion Draft in Vegas provides the Buffalo Sabres with additional decisions to resolve. While many Buffalo Sabres fans continue to suffer from post NHL-Draft Lottery depression, the reality still exists. The Sabres have a
Ryan is finally back and The Defenseman tells him a story about Johnny Manziel and the Cleveland Browns. It's a good one. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. The Buffalo Bills have not
With the hiring of Jason Botterill, the Buffalo Sabres can now move forward and search for a head coach. It is now finally official, the Buffalo Sabres have a new general manager. Jason Botterillis officially the new general manager. Officially offic
The Defenseman and special guest The Outlander is back to talk about the Snowvember game, where the Bills played the Jets on Monday night in Detroit. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead
A full ten years after hosting the first NHL Winter Classic, the Buffalo Sabres are back again in2018. During game six between the Ottawa Senators and the New York Rangers, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman madenews featuring the Buffalo Sabres. The Buff
The Defenseman and special guest The Outlander joined forces to talk about a Thursday Night Football disaster against the Miami Dolphins. Ryan is left out and he might never come back! Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arriv
The Bills and Chorfs play one of the worst games of the Drought. Ryan was there, The Defenseman knew right away what the deal was, and we get mad about it anyway. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is
The Defenseman hosts an absurd Bills/Jets reverse DroughtCast that Ryan genuinely does not remember at all. Yes, that means he gets to play the Referee Game and everything. How does he do? Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has a
Kyle Orton and the Bills play Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings and, boy, does this one have an ending. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. The Buffalo Bills have not made the playoffs
The Pegulas finally take over as owners of the Buffalo Bills and the team celebrates by finding new ways to lose to the Patriots. And by new we mean slightly new but also very predictable. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has a
Today's episode is the Laser Pointer Incident in Detroit against the Lions. It's the debut of Kyle Orton at quarterback for the Bills. What a day. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. T
Ryan Fitzpatrick is back and quarterbacking for the Houston Texans. This is the J.J. Watt game. You'll know what we mean when you hear it. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. The Buffa
Today's DroughtCast covers that time Donald Trump ratfucked John Bon Jovi and why both of them are liars. Also, the Bills play the Chargers. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. The Buf
The second game of 2014 includes the purchase of the Bills by Terry and Kim Pegula and the home opener against the Miami Dolphins, where C.J. Spiller shines. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is fina
The 2014 season starts with the death of Ralph Wilson and the Bills in Toronto series. There's a lot to discuss. Continue reading → Year 15 of the DroughtCast has arrived and Ralph Wilson is finally dead. The Buffalo Bills have not made the
The final game of 2013 is a mess, figuratively and literally. Let's see what the Bills and Pats an do in a downpour, and how well Ryan knows the 2013 postseason. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug
The DroughtCast for 2013 is almost over, but not before a Dolphins beatdown in a must-win game for Ryan Tannehill and Co. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We’ve got a new
Ryan and The Defenseman get ever closer to the end of the 2013 season with a game against the Jaguars. It's fine! EJ Manuel is a bit better. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We&
Ryan and The Defenseman get back on that DroughtCast grind to talk about a terrible head coach and a medical scare that almost killed. Oh, and the Bills play. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Mar
Ryan and The Defenseman talk about the Bills first playoff game in 17 years. They talk about Tyrod Taylor, Sean McDermott and what happens next. Continue reading → It’s the end of the Drought postgame show, as Ryan and The Defense
We interrupt the DroughtCast with a very special Roostcast. The Buffalo Bills actually made the playoffs, so we had to talk about it a bit before it went down. Continue reading → We interrupt the DroughtCast with a very special Roostcast fo
Television's Prescott Rossi is back to talk Bills in Toronto. The Bills blow it late and a very special fan in the stands wears a Fred Jackson jersey. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone tim
Prescott Rossi joins us to talk about Bills/Jets, a game that is mostly forgettable but we're going to talk about anyway because we're contractually obligated to do so. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’
Buffalo returns home to host the undefeated Chorfs in a game they totally should have won but what's the name of the podcast anyway? Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We’ve
The Bills go down to to NOLA, so we talk about how great New Orleans is. Then Drew Brees and the Saints lay waste to the Bills defense. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We&#8217
Thad Lewis has another fun start against the Miami Dolphins, and Mario Williams sets up a bit of payback for Dan Carpenter. But first we're talking about shoes. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug M
The DroughtCast returns with Thad Lewis at quarterback, Brian Moorman at punter and the Bills staging a big comeback thanks to aggressive Doug Marrone. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone ti
The brief career of E.J. Manuel is never the same after this Thursday Night Football disaster against the Browns. We also talk a bit about criminal owners. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marron
The Bills play Joe Flacco and the Ravens, and Kiko Alonso has himself a day. Flacco, however, does not. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We’ve got a new quarterback, a new
EJ Manuel and the Bills battle Geno Smith and the Jets in a very, very sloppy game in New Jersey. Let's be tasteful about it, though. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We’v
Ryan is back and we're talking Bills/Panthers. Manuel has a big moment and Riverboat Ron Rivera borks it all up. It's a good time had by all. Continue reading → Year 14 of the DroughtCast is here and it’s Doug Marrone time. We&amp