Almost as hot as the dollar bills burning holes in Terry Pegula’s pocket. While we swelter away here in WNY on one of the hottest days of the year, let’s all sit back and try to cool off with a little reminder of good things to come in Autumn, courtesy of “Hockey Heaven.”
Grab an iced Tim Horton’s, drop a spoonful of Perry’s into it, hit play, and enjoy.
Actually, I don’t know about you, but that video made me sweat a little bit more. That’s ok. I’ve got plenty of Perry’s ice cream in the freezer.
Everything is tastier in Blue and Gold. Even that "Banana" flavor.
While the entries are read, re-read, and read again, let’s take a moment to refresh our memories on one of the most outstanding Sabres’ moments in recent memory.
Sometimes, a whole playoff series can be summed up by one moment. In this case, it was one moment, and three names: Jason Pominville, Daniel Alfredsson, and Ray Emery. But enough from me. Hockey Heaven, the sponsor of our contest, put together a great video that takes us back to that moment in time between Buffalo and Ottawa in the 2005-06 playoffs.
Without further ado:
It was the first time in NHL history that a series was decided by a short-handed goal.