The combination of Buffalo’s home record of 6-9-1, and Buffalo’s issues with finishing their scoring chances, are leaving many Buffalonians with a pessimistic outlook on tonight’s game at HSBC Arena.
The way that Buffalo can squeak one or two points out of tonight’s game is by keeping gritty wingers like Milan Lucic out of the front of the net, using the body on softer “pass first” centers like Marc Savard, and limiting Boston’s opportunities in the slot. In addition to that, Buffalo needs to put the puck on the net and create traffic in Rask.
Which Buffalo will show up tonight? The Buffalo that shut the Blue Jackets out 5-0, or the Sabres that look like they do indeed deserve to be at the bottom of the standings?
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Written by Dan Heffernan
23 Years Old. I love to write, I'm passionate about my team, hockey, and the NHL. I have knowledge on every player in the league, and follow it closer than most people do their religions. I enjoy sharing knowledge with people, and keeping them up to date. Old information bothers me, whether it's a blog, or a news article - it's important to keep fans updated with knowledge in order to feed their fire for their franchise.