LARRY QUINN SPEAKS
Sabres minority owner Larry Quinn spoke to the Associated Press today. Here are his comments:
On the short lived playoff run:
"It was a good step, but I thought we could've gone a lot farther. I don't like (the result) and I'm very disappointed. But I woke up this morning and it's get back to work. It's obvious that our power play didn't score, so that's a concern. What's not obvious is how you address that. I think Boston's a very good team, so you can't just throw the towel in because you lost the series. We're very disappointed but not discouraged."
On free agents Tallinder, Lydman, Grier:
"We're going to have to address that. There's going to be a lot of work done by the hockey department before we got to any signing. But I think those guys are great players and have played tremendous hockey for us. So they're a very important part of our team."
Grier has already expressed to the Sabres through his agent that he would like to return.