Sabres head to Toronto for the 2nd game of the season


Last Game:
Toronto: Jan 19 @ Montreal-Maple Leafs Won 2-1

Buffalo: Jan 20 vs. Philadelphia-Sabres Won 5-2

Toronto: 1-0-0
Buffalo: 1-0-0

Rank In Conference:
Toronto: 7th
Buffalo: 5th

Power Play Ranking:
Toronto: 40.0(T-12th)
Buffalo: 50.0(T-5th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Toronto: 80.0(T-10th)
Buffalo: 75.0(T-12th)

Goals For:
Toronto: 2(T-17th)
Buffalo: 5(T-4th)

Goals Against:
Toronto: 1(T-3rd)
Buffalo: 2(T-10th)

Shots For:
Toronto: 26(T-20th)
Buffalo: 41(3rd)

Shots Against:
Toronto: 22(T-6th)
Buffalo: 29(T-17th)

Blocked Shots:
Toronto: 14(T-9th)
Buffalo: 9(T-23rd)

Toronto: 39(T-2nd)
Buffalo: 13(28th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Toronto: 38.2(29th)
Buffalo: 53.7(9th)

Team Leaders:
Toronto: Bozak and Kadri(1)
Buffalo: Vanek(2), Myers, Hodgson, Ott(1)

Toronto: Kessel(2), Phaneuf and Kostka(1)
Buffalo: Vanek and Pominville(3), Ennis, Stafford, Sekera(1)

Toronto: Kessel(2), Bozak, Kadri, Phaneuf, Kostka(1)
Buffalo: Vanek(5), Pominville(3), Myers, Hodgson, Ott, Ennis, Stafford, Sekera(1)

Toronto: 18 players (+0)
Buffalo: Hodgson(+2), Vanek, Leopold, Regehr(+1)

Penalty Minutes:
Toronto: Brown(5), Kostka, Kadri, Grabovski, van Riemsdyk, Franson(2)
Buffalo: Stafford(5), Regehr and Foligno(4), Myers, Ott, Leopold, Kaleta(2)

Toronto: Liles, MacArthur, Lupul(4), Kessel(3), Bozak, Kadri, Komarov(2)
Buffalo: Vanek(9), Hodgson(7), Stafford(4), Ott and Ennis(3)

Blocked Shots:
Toronto: Komisarek(4), Grabovski, Liles, Phaneuf(2)
Buffalo: Regehr(3), Ott(2), Myers, Scott, Sekera, Sulzer(1)

Toronto: Komarov(8), Komisarek(6), Kadri and Lupul(4)
Buffalo: Ott(5), Kaleta(3), Myers(2), Foligno, Leopold, Regehr(1)

Face-Off Wins:
Toronto: Bozak(9), Grabovski(6), McClement(3), Kadri(2), van Riemsdyk(1)
Buffalo: Ennis and Hodgson(11), Grigorenko(5), Ott(4), Ellis and Hecht(2)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Toronto: Ben Scrivens 1-0-0 1.00 GAA .955 SV% 0 SO
Buffalo: Ryan Miller 1-0-0 2.00 GAA .931 SV% 0 SO

Last Meeting: Apr 3 @ Sabres-Buffalo won 6-5(OT)

Season Series: Toronto won 3-2-1
All-Time: Sabres Lead 106-61-22
All-Time @ TOR: Sabres Lead 43-36-15

This Day In Sabres History:
January 21, 1989
Pierre Turgeon scores four minutes into overtime to give the Sabres a 6-5 win over the Bruins at Boston Garden and cap an incredible comeback — at one point, the Sabres trailed by four goals. In his second season as a Sabre, Turgeon would lead the team in scoring with 88 points. The win stretched the Sabres’ unbeaten streak to six games, on their way to nine, in a season in which the team was barely over .500 and lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Bruins for the second straight spring.

Injury Report:
Toronto: Gardiner Neck/Concussion-like symptoms(Out)
Buffalo: McCormick Finger(IR/Out), Gerbe Back Surgery(IR/Out), Leino Leg(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:
Jan 24 at Carolina Hurricanes 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Jan 25 vs. Carolina Hurricanes 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Jan 27 at Washington Capitals 3:00 PM(MSG HD/NHLN HD)
Jan 29 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Jan 31 at Boston Bruins 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

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