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Buffalo Sabres Owner Talks Some Hockey

from Mike Harrington of Sabres Edge,

In his first words to the media since the day before one of the most disappointing seasons in Sabres history, owner Terry Pegula acknowledged building his team might be a slower process than he thought...


"One team wins the Stanley Cup every year. We will build towards that goal. We're daily working on that goal."


Pegula then noted that it was 39 years for Boston Bruins owner and WNY native Jeremy Jacobs to win a Cup before the Bs did in 2011. Pegula, of course, had made it clear he had a three-year vision when he took over the Sabres in 2011.

"Jerry Jacobs down the road took 39 years to win a Stanley Cup. I don't know how long," Pegula said. "How can you guarantee anybody anything? You do your best every year. When's the last time the New England Patriots won the Stanley Cup? Or the Super Bowl?"


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