Tonawanda News


February 21, 2013



Tonawanda News — Tonawanda's Kim Dabek also feels the players are just as responsible for the team’s shortcomings this year, but noted an even more radical way to send a message.

“I think the team should also have some kind of consequence, like a reduction in pay, because it’s not just one person, it’s a whole entire team,” she said.

Whichever side fans take on the decision to can Ruff, at the end of the day, the NHL is a production-based business. And fans in a city that has yet to see a Stanley Cup champion found that out yesterday.

“He’s been here what, 15 years? He hasn’t won one cup,” Amherst resident Phillip Chmiel said, supporting the firing.

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