Which team’s next superstar will be named Bar Louie?
Bar Louie is the most famous bar in the world.
The bar is known for its signature cocktails.
It’s also known for being home to the most elite hockey players in the NHL.
The Buffalo Sabres, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens have all named Bar Louis in the past few years.
The name is also the nickname for the Bar Louie, a sports bar and lounge in the city of Buffalo, New York, that has hosted more than a dozen players and coaches since it opened in 2004.
It was the Sabres first sports bar, but they have since expanded to host more events than any other sports bar in North America.
Bar Louie hosted NHL All-Star games in 2013 and 2014 and has hosted multiple NHL All Star games in the last two seasons.
The Sabres are known for having the most skilled and experienced group of players in North American professional sports.
The team also has the most stars on the roster.
They also have the most fans, with more than 20 million fans a season.
This season, the Sabres are projected to have the second-most fan bases in the league, behind only the Los Angeles Kings.
The league has been looking for new names for their signature drinks for a few years now, and the Sabres had some good candidates.
“I have always had a fondness for the Buffalo Sabres,” said Bar Louie co-owner David Perriello.
“They were a part of my life growing up, they’ve always been a part to me.
But I think it’s time that they had their own Bar Louie.
I mean, they can have whatever they want, but it would be great to see a Bar Louie named after a great Sabres player, like [Buffalo’s] Ryan O’Reilly.”
Perriella also said he was looking forward to the new name, but he’s not certain about how it would play out.
“It’s a big deal for Buffalo, but I think they’ll be fine with it,” he said.
The NHL will unveil the first-ever Bar Louie in early December, but the bar will open in the fall.
The franchise has not yet revealed how much revenue the new Bar Louie will bring to the team.
In an interview with NHL.com, Sabres owner Terry Pegula said the team will be able to get more out of the name.
“The new name is a way for us to create a sense of identity and a way to differentiate our brand,” he told NHL.
“There’s no doubt that this is a brand that has a great connection with Buffalo.
We’ve always wanted to be a brand synonymous with Buffalo, and this will give us a chance to show that.”
The Sabres have a history of naming their signature drink after NHL players.
The Original Sabres, an all-American ice hockey team that played from the 1920s through the 1970s, named their signature cocktail after their captain, Jim Benton.
“We’ve always had great relations with Buffalo and we’re excited to continue that relationship going forward,” said Perrielly.