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SBD/March 4, 2014/Franchises
LaFontaine Settles With Sabres As Questions Continue To Mount For Team's Ownership
Published March 4, 2014
PEGULA'S REPUTATION CONTINUES TO FALL: The GLOBE & MAIL's David Shoalts writes if there was a "trophy for worst owner in professional sports, Terry Pegula would have that thing locked down tighter than the Buffalo Sabres’ grip on last place in the NHL." After the "latest shocker" to hit the Sabres, Pegula can "take his place on the dishonour roll." The only thing "clear in the murky situation surrounding the most dysfunctional franchise in the NHL is that most of the blame can be laid at Pegula’s doorstep" (GLOBE & MAIL, 3/4).