It's tough to pinpoint exactly whose fault it is when the team gets on a losing streak, so why keep rehashing the same arguments Sabres fans have been making for years?
During Sundays in the summer, when hockey news is slowest, we'll be offering up just one link that we think is important enough that every Sabres fan, or every hockey fan, should read. These links will offer up explanations on common hockey questions, valuable insight into hotly debated topics, or may simply be great stories or interviews that shed some light on the world of professional hockey.
- In today's link, Mike Schopp of WGR provides a passionate argument for putting a positive spin on the unknown. " There is no predicting the future, and teams have won all different ways. With big trades and without. With experienced coaches and without. With passionately involved ownership and without. With big budgets and without. I know how you feel, that the Sabres are going nowhere and have been for a year or five or 15 or 41 and that without big changes this will be true forever. Maybe you're right but maybe you're wrong. Since no one knows I'll lean toward the side that makes me feel better." [WGR]