Bills caught a totally unneccesary stray during Stanley Cup press conference

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It's Stanley Cup season, folks! It'll be the Edmonton Oilers against the Florida Panthers in a quest to raise Lord Stanley's Cup. Why are we talking about hockey on a Buffalo Bills site, you ask? Well, because Kris Knoblauch, the head coach of the Oilers, took a random shot at them during a press conference.

Knoblauch was asked if having an experience was an advantage in the finals. The Oilers head coach responded by saying "I don't know. Ask the Buffalo Bills how important Super Bowl experience is."

Knoblauch is obviously referencing the fact that the Bills went to four straight Super Bowls in the early 90s and lost all four of them. Why he felt the need to take this shot at the Bills, I have no idea but the fact of the matter is that he did and fans probably felt this comment stabbing them in the heart.

Oilers head coach takes unnecessary shot at Bills

The Bills have not won a Super Bowl in their entire franchise history and haven't made it to the big game since the 1993 season, which was their fourth Super Bowl loss in as many seasons. They lost to the Giants in two of those Super Bowls, to Washington in one, and to the Cowboys in another. The only NFC East team that didn't beat them in Super Bowls during that time was the Eagles.

Doom and gloom aside, the good news is that as long as the Bills have Josh Allen as their quarterback, they have a chance to make it to a Super Bowl and win the whole thing. When they do, it's unlikely that people will really remember this random quote from an NHL head coach that happened in early June, but if you're the kind of person who keeps receipts, file it away.