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|Empty parking lots like this one could mean up to $70,000 in lost revenue for Buffalo.|
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|No one lines up to buy tickets -- for a Sabres game or any other event -- just hours before what would have been the team's home opener.|
|Darryl Carr and Marisa Millbrand, co-owners of Cobblestone Restaurant, employed only one bartender opening night. "It's devastating," Millbrand said.|
|Usually, 600 people work game nights at the HSBC arena. On opening night, Joe Luero was the sole employee on duty.|