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02-05-2016, 05:18 AM
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Regier, who was the Buffalo Sabres' GM for 17 years, was an assistant to GM Don Maloney for less than two seasons. Those familiar with the team say it simply didn’t work out and it was a mutual parting of the ways. Regier, 59, was also the GM of the Springfield Falcons, the Coyotes' AHL farm club. The team confirmed the news.

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When I read that Regier was leaving for "personal reasons", I feared the worst (health, family issues, etc). Happy to hear that's not the case.

I wonder if Darcy catches on anywhere else.

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Seven Years Later - Sabres Ex-Captain Rivet Remembers The Flight 3407 Game - Friday, February 12 - WGR550.com

It has been exactly seven years since Flight 3407 crashed in Clarence but a sick feeling still comes over Craig Rivet every time a plane flies his house. He lives less than a five minute drive away from where the plane crashed and killed 49 passengers and one person on the ground. The unmistakable wall of sound created by an aircraft overhead reminds the former Buffalo Sabre captain of the pain the community endured. It also reminds him of the moment in his career of which he is most proud and of the night that helped the city heal after a day of shock and sadness.

At 10:17 PM on February 12, 2009, Sabres goalie Patrick Lalime’s brother in-law was unloading his truck, having just arrived for a visit to see Lalime and the Sabres play on the 13th against the San Jose Sharks. He witnessed the plane crashing into a house next door. Defenseman Teppo Numminen, widely considered one of the best blueliners to ever play, looked out his window and saw a red sky.

They pieced together details – that a flight from Newark, New Jersey, had been cleared for landing at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport when it went into aerodynamic stall and never recovered. It landed five miles from the end of the runway at 6038 Long Street.

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Dmitri Kalinin, Maxim Afinogenov - still playing in KHL
Alexander Mogilny - president of Khabarovsk Amur hockey team in KHL
Andrei Trefilov - hockey agent in Dusseldorf, Germany
Denis Tsygurov - died because of the heart attack on 11-th of January, 2015
Viktor Gordiyuk - junior team (2001 born players) coach at Krylya Sovetov hockey school in Moscow
Sergei Petrenko - head coach of Balashikha HK MVD in MHL
Yuri Khmylyov - amateur scout in the Buffalo Sabres organization
Peter Skudra - head coach of Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo in KHL
Alexei Zhitnik - lives in New York, runs some non-hockey related business, sometimes appears in Russian press as an expert
Vladimir Tsyplakov - was working as assistant coach at Chelyabinsk Traktor in KHL at the start of the season, fired in November
Anatoli Semenov - was working as assistant coach at Khanty-Mansiysk Yugra in KHL last season
Vyacheslav Kozlov - retired this offseason, became assistant coach at Moscow Spartak in KHL

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Dmitri Kalinin, Maxim Afinogenov - still playing in KHL
Alexander Mogilny - president of Khabarovsk Amur hockey team in KHL
Andrei Trefilov - hockey agent in Dusseldorf, Germany
Denis Tsygurov - died because of the heart attack on 11-th of January, 2015
Viktor Gordiyuk - junior team (2001 born players) coach at Krylya Sovetov hockey school in Moscow
Sergei Petrenko - head coach of Balashikha HK MVD in MHL
Yuri Khmylyov - amateur scout in the Buffalo Sabres organization
Peter Skudra - head coach of Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo in KHL
Alexei Zhitnik - lives in New York, runs some non-hockey related business, sometimes appears in Russian press as an expert
Vladimir Tsyplakov - was working as assistant coach at Chelyabinsk Traktor in KHL at the start of the season, fired in November
Anatoli Semenov - was working as assistant coach at Khanty-Mansiysk Yugra in KHL last season
Vyacheslav Kozlov - retired this offseason, became assistant coach at Moscow Spartak in KHL
Thanks for this comprehensive info. I knew what a few of these guys were doing, but some of these names I'd forgotten about.

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02-15-2016, 03:52 PM
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02-15-2016, 05:35 PM
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Tom Draper lives on the southside of Binghamton next to one of my good friends. Last I knew he was working for Coca-Cola.

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Man, sure is fun to read some of the old names and see what they're up to. Thanks for posting guys!

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Dmitri Kalinin, Maxim Afinogenov - still playing in KHL
Alexander Mogilny - president of Khabarovsk Amur hockey team in KHL
Andrei Trefilov - hockey agent in Dusseldorf, Germany
Denis Tsygurov - died because of the heart attack on 11-th of January, 2015
Viktor Gordiyuk - junior team (2001 born players) coach at Krylya Sovetov hockey school in Moscow
Sergei Petrenko - head coach of Balashikha HK MVD in MHL
Yuri Khmylyov - amateur scout in the Buffalo Sabres organization
Peter Skudra - head coach of Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo in KHL
Alexei Zhitnik - lives in New York, runs some non-hockey related business, sometimes appears in Russian press as an expert
Vladimir Tsyplakov - was working as assistant coach at Chelyabinsk Traktor in KHL at the start of the season, fired in November
Anatoli Semenov - was working as assistant coach at Khanty-Mansiysk Yugra in KHL last season
Vyacheslav Kozlov - retired this offseason, became assistant coach at Moscow Spartak in KHL
Poor Tsygurov. He can't be that old.

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Just watched Ville Leino for a period in the SHL semi-finals. Still useless. Such a waste of a great beard.

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Still weird seeing him in that Sharks sweater. Crazy that he's only 26 games from surpassing his GP with the Sabres with FLA.

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Chris Drury’s transition into the managerial side of hockey will begin in a fitting place.

One of USA Hockey’s most decorated international competitors, Drury has been named to the management group that will oversee the American entry at the 2016 World Championships, the organization announced on Wednesday.

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Soupy gets the silver stick. I had to refresh a couple times to get it to play.

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Wroblewski was named the NTDP's head coach today. Murray cut ties with him and Cassidy last year. He coached Youngstown (USHL) this past season, and organizationally-speaking, he was a former ECHL head coach (Gwinnett) and AHL assistant.

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Season in Russia Became Nightmare for South Buffalo's Tim Kennedy

Former Buffalo Sabres forward Tim Kennedy thought he knew what he was getting into when he signed to play for Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik, a Russian team located in a closed town – seriously, you need permission to visit – and led by a Soviet-era coach.

“I knew that going in that it was the worst city and I heard that the coach was really tough, but you figure how bad can it be and how bad can the coach be?” Kennedy said last week. “You get there and it was like my worst nightmare.”

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