We All Just Bought a Team: The Biggest What-Ifs in Buffalo Sports History
In We All Just Bought a Team: The Biggest What-Ifs in Buffalo Sports History, readers can learn what could have happened if Terry and Kim Pegula didn’t buy the Bills in 2014. Would the team still be in town? How would the sports landscape change if Scott Norwood made that 47-yard field goal in Super Bowl XXV or Jim Kelly had refused to sign with Buffalo when the USFL folded? What if the NHL had disallowed Brett Hull’s goal in Game 6 of the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals or Gilbert Perreault had played for the Vancouver Canucks? What if Jack Eichel had become an Arizona Coyote? Buffalo sports fans can explore those questions and more in these pages.
Not Just Snow and Chicken Wings: Positive Stories About Buffalo's Rebirth
Buffalo, New York, once known as the Queen City of the Great Lakes, went through a long decline in the later years of the 20th century. But that wasn’t the end of the story. In Not Just Snow and Chicken Wings, author Jeff Dahlberg explores five positive tales about Buffalo’s renaissance. From the Bills staying in town after team owner Ralph Wilson's passing, the McEichel tank, the history of Canalside, Buffalo's historic preservation success stories, to the area's new economy startups, readers can explore how this former "Rust Belt" city is making a comeback.