Joseph Vito DeLuca | @joevitodeluca

Joe, American born, now makes his residence in Berlin, Germany where he does PR within the capital city's burgeoning tech scene. In addition to Germany, he has experience in the US, UK and Italy that spans the professional world and academia. Armed with a BA in Journalism/Mass Communication and an MA in Integrated Marketing Communications from St.Bonaventure University, Joe has a wide array of skills encompassing, social media, online writing, public relations, copywriting, online marketing and mobile advertising. His professional background spans the advertising, gaming, mobile, education and sports industries.

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Religion & The Sabres Season

When Terry Pegula took over the reins of the Sabres, Ted Black proclaimed “A clarion call should go out to the league that Buffalo is hockey heaven.” Fans of the organization […]

by · April 14, 2014 · 1 comment · Buffalo Sabres
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Pat LaFontaine: More Like Marino Than Elway

The Pat LaFontaine resignation from President of Hockey Operations has sent shock waves down the Sabres organization and through the Buffalo community. This comes on the heels of the blockbuster […]

by · March 3, 2014 · 2 comments · Buffalo Sabres
Connor McDavid (Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

The NHL Needs to Change Its Draft Process

Here we are in the midst of the NHL season and the biggest concern in Buffalo is a fear that the team will win too many games and lessen its […]

by · February 16, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres, NHL Entry Draft
Gilobert Perreault still leads the Buffalo Sabres in most offensive categories. (THW Media Library)

A Roulette Wheel, Lottery Balls & The Sabres Draft Fortunes

Even though we are in the midst of an NHL season, fans of the Buffalo Sabres find themselves thinking more about lottery balls than hockey pucks. That’s because the team […]

by · February 6, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres, NHL Entry Draft
Sam Reinhart will battle Sam Bennett for first forward taken in the draft and for first overall (WHL Images)

Who Should the Buffalo Sabres Draft this Summer?

There a four players in particular who the Buffalo Sabres should consider at this summer’s NHL draft, but how would each fit into the roster?

Ryan Miller led the Reborn Sabres into battle against the Polish Express. (HermanVonPetri)

Buffalo Sabres Prove Shootout is a False Positive

One of the hottest debates within hockey circles is whether or not the shootout belongs in the game. The biggest knocks against the shootout is that it is far from […]

by · January 14, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Buffalo Sabres
Former Montreal Canadiens Forward Andrei Kostitsyn (Jeanine Leech/Icon SMI)

Selecting the ‘Best of the Rest’ Olympic Roster

For the players left out of the Olympics, we’ve constructed a ‘Best of the Rest’ roster of players hailing from nations that didn’t qualify.

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5 Ways to Lose a World Juniors Tournament

While many will look to the Finns as a blueprint for World Juniors success, we can also learn a lot from the likes of Russia, the United States, Canada and […]

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Rasmus Slays the Giant to Bring Gold to Finland

In an outcome few predicted, Rasmus Ristolainen fired the shot heard around the hockey world to knock off host country Sweden in overtime and deliver a World Junior Championship to […]

2012 Draft Eligible Sebastian Collberg of Team Sweden sports his Gold Medal (Chris Ralph/THW)

A Scandinavian Showcase For Gold at World Juniors

A Sweden win against Russia and a Finland win against Canada in the semifinals have the two Scandinavian rivals squaring off for Gold At the World Junior Championship in Malmö, […]

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Canada Avoids Trap Game to Advance to WJHC Medal Round

By defeating the United States on the final day of preliminary play Canada secured the top spot in Group A to end up facing the lowest qualifier of Group B […]

(USA Hockey/Ellen DeLuca)

Team USA World Juniors Hopes Gone in 60 Seconds

Undisciplined play and special teams lead to Team USA’s 5-3 loss to Russia and eliminate the Americans from the 2014 World Junior Championship.