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Darcy on the Web, not the phone

9 PM UPDATE TO THIS POST: The Sabres send a text to say Regier's show will be pre-taped and the Web site was not supposed to say he was on live, just that he was appearing. Pretty big oops if you ask me. I still say Regier should have been on last week or next week, not on UFA day at all.


Here's some unintentional confirmation that Darcy Regier plans to do nothing when free agency opens Wednesday at noon: He's going to be the guest on Sabres "Lunch Express" at 12:30 on the team's official Web site.

A scant 30 minutes after the start of the UFA period, shouldn't Regier at least be giving the impression he's trying to do something to improve his perpetually 10th-place roster? Instead, he's going on the club's Web site explaining why he's doing nothing?

Wow. Silly PR move there.

---Mike Harrington


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