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Rick Jeanneret Retires, Sort Of…

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Rick Jeanneret, the voice of the Buffalo Sabres, is partially retiring. Jeanneret and his partner Harry Neale will have a lighter work load starting next season. The voice of the Sabres since the 1971-1972 season will be continuing to announce home games next year, but will have limited calls on away games. Can’t imagine the Sabres finally hoisting the Stanley Cup without Jeanneret calling the action, hopefully the team will make that happen.  The eccentric play caller has been a staple of Buffalo Media and one of the top announcers in the National Hockey League for the past 40 years. When you’re not calling the games, Rick, you will be missed. Here’s his Top 10 calls.

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