The Buffalo Sabres haven't appeared in the playoffs in a decade and it's starting to get frustrating.
Sabres ownership has made it clear there won't be any changes at GM and it's started a social media revolt.
Even Sabres' star Jack Eichel publicly shamed the team for being losers recently and now another key Sabres player has spoken out.
Defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen says people keep labelling the Sabres as having a bright future, his problem is that people have been saying that for seven years and nothing has changed.
Ristolainen believes that changes will be happening and that he's likely going to be one of the first players traded.
These comments come just about two years after Ryan O'Rielly said that playing in Buffalo was draining his passion for hockey.
He was traded after that.
Ristolainen: Buffalo has a bright future but we’ve been saying that now for seven years
— Matthew Bové (@Matt_Bove) May 28, 2020
"If changes happen, I know I'm one of the first ones that's probably going to get traded." - Rasmus Ristolainen— John Vogl (@BuffaloVogl) May 28, 2020