BUFFALO, NY - It's obvious Sabres' General Manager, Jason Botterill has had enough. He is not used to losing and this season went from first to worst after winning the Stanley Cup with the Penguins last year to now finishing 31st in the NHL.
Botterill expressed his anger and frustration with how this year went at his season ending press conference on Wednesday.
"Going through exit interviews on April 9th and 10th flat out sucked," Jason Botterill said.
He also mentioned owner Terry Pegula's level of anger is "high".
"I don't blame him. I've been here for one year and I was pretty pissed off and upset throughout the year," Botterill said.
Among the many topics discussed, Botterill said change is coming and they will look at and evaluate everything including changing their core players.
"It can't about words, we have to have better results," Botterill explained.