Not to be outdone by the Vancouver Canucks, who continue to gaslight poor Roberto Luongo, the Buffalo Sabres have made a bid to recover their claim as this season's biggest horror show.
Pat LaFontaine joined the Buffalo Sabres as the President of Hockey Operations in November. Just under four months later, he has resigned from his position to re-join the NHL.
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“I would like to thank Pat for all he has done for the organization,” said Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula. “Pat joined us at a very difficult time and helped transition the organization down a new path. Tim Murray will continue as General Manager and Craig Patrick will continue as a Senior Hockey Advisor. As has been the case since I bought the team, we’ll continue to do whatever is needed to rebuild the organization and keep it on path towards our ultimate goal of winning the Stanley Cup.”
“Terry Pegula hired me in November and my primary objective was to lead the Sabres organization through a time of