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With only five games remaining, Buffalo takes on Boston in the push to make the playoffs

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Last Game:
Boston: Apr 13 @ Hurricanes-Bruins Lost 2-4

Buffalo: Apr 14 vs. Lightning-Sabres Won 3-1

Record:
Boston: 26-11-4
Buffalo: 18-19-6

Points:
Boston: 56
Buffalo: 42

Rank In Conference:
Boston: 4th
Buffalo: 10th

Power Play Ranking:
Boston: 15.1(24th)
Buffalo: 12.1(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Boston: 89.7(1st)
Buffalo: 78.2(26th)

Goals For:
Boston: 112(14th)
Buffalo: 106(19th)

Goals Against:
Boston: 89(3rd)
Buffalo: 124(T-22nd)

Shots For:
Boston: 1300(7th)
Buffalo: 1199(19th)

Shots Against:
Boston: 1171(8th)
Buffalo: 1422(30th)

Blocked Shots:
Boston: 568(21st)
Buffalo: 657(10th)

Hits:
Boston: 1014(14th)
Buffalo: 991(16th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Boston: 56.2(1st)
Buffalo: 46.5(29th)

Team Leaders:
Goals:

Boston: Marchand(16), Jagr and Seguin(15), Horton(13), Bergeron(10)
Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(13), Ennis(10), Ott(8)

Assists:
Boston: Krejci(22), Bergeron(21), Jagr and Lucic(18), Marchand(17)
Buffalo: Vanek(18), Hodgson and Ennis(17), Ott(15), Ehrhoff(14), Foligno(12)

Points:
Boston: Marchand and Jagr(33), Bergeron and Krejci(31), Seguin(29)
Buffalo: Vanek(34), Hodgson(30), Ennis(27), Ott(23)

Plus/Minus:
Boston: Bergeron(+23), Marchand(+22), Seguin(+21), Seidenberg(+15)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+13), Flynn(+10), Ott(+7), Hecht, Porter, Pardy(+5)

Penalty Minutes:
Boston: Lucic(61), Chara(60), Thornton(53), McQuaid(49)
Buffalo: Ott(74), Kaleta(67), Weber(64), Scott(52)

Shots:
Boston: Seguin(132), Horton(112), Jagr(105), Chara(99), Bergeron(93)
Buffalo: Stafford(109), Hodgson(106), Ennis(101), Vanek(100), Ehrhoff(96)

Blocked Shots:
Boston: Seidenberg(96), Boychuk(77), Chara(58), Ference(52)
Buffalo: Weber(85), Ehrhoff(75), Sekera(64), Myers(56)

Hits:
Boston: Lucic(122), Seidenberg(95), Chara(94), Ference(78)
Buffalo: Ott(177), Weber(108), Foligno(96), Kaleta(81)

Face-Off Wins:
Boston: Bergeron(453), Krejci(316), Peverley(196), Kelly(178), Campbell(160)
Buffalo: Hodgson(342), Ott(276), Ennis(157), Hecht(138)

Tonights’ Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Boston: Tuukka Rask 17-8-4 1.99 GAA .929 SV% 3 SO
Buffalo: Jhonas Enroth 4-2-1 2.40 GAA .924 SV% 1 SO

Notes:
Last Meeting: Mar 31 @ Sabres-Bruins Won 2-0

Season Series: Tied 2-2-0
All-Time: Bruins Lead 147-128-37
All-Time @ BOS: Bruins Lead 90-50-16

This Day In Sabres History:

April 17, 1994
Dominik Hasek makes 30 saves in the Meadowlands as the Sabres shut out the Devils 2-0 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals. Todd Simon makes his only goal as a Sabre count — he pots the game-winner. In the net opposite Hasek? Rookie Martin Brodeur.

Injury Report:
Boston: Savard PCS(IR/Out), Marchand Concussion(Out), Bergeron Concussion(Probable)
Buffalo: Sulzer Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Leino Upper Body(Out), Myers Broken Leg(Out)

Final 4 Games:
Apr 19 vs. New York Rangers 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 20 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 22 vs. Winnipeg Jets 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 26 vs. New York Islanders 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

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Sabres try to push for the Playoffs tonight against Montreal

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Last Game:
Montreal: Apr 9 vs. Capitals-Canadiens Lost 3-2

Buffalo: Apr 9 @ Jets-Sabres Lost 4-1

Record:
Montreal: 25-9-5
Buffalo: 16-18-6

Points:
Montreal: 55
Buffalo: 38

Rank In Conference:
Montreal: 4th
Buffalo: 11th

Power Play Ranking:
Montreal: 22.3(4th)
Buffalo: 11.9(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Montreal: 82.2(T-14th)
Buffalo: 77.8(26th)

Goals For:
Montreal: 119(5th)
Buffalo: 101(T-18th)

Goals Against:
Montreal: 92(T-5th)
Buffalo: 118(23rd)

Shots For:
Montreal: 1176(12th)
Buffalo: 1141(16th)

Shots Against:
Montreal: 1063(5th)
Buffalo: 1318(30th)

Blocked Shots:
Montreal: 596(14th)
Buffalo: 623(11th)

Hits:
Montreal: 867(19th)
Buffalo: 920(15th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Montreal: 49.0(T-20th)
Buffalo: 46.1(29th)

Team Leaders:
Goals:

Montreal: Ryder(16), Plekanec(13), Pacioretty, Gionta, Gallagher(11)
Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(13), Ennis(9), Ott(8)

Assists:
Montreal: Subban(22), Pacioretty(19), Markov(17), Ryder(16)
Buffalo: Vanek, Hodgson, Ennis(17), Ott and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(12)

Points:
Montreal: Ryder and Subban(32), Pacioretty(30), Plekanec(28)
Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(30), Ennis(26), Ott(21)

Plus/Minus:
Montreal: Prust(+13), Subban(+12), Galchenyuk(+10), Gallagher(+8)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+10), Flynn(+7), Hecht(+6), Ott, Weber, Pardy(+5)

Penalty Minutes:
Montreal: Prust(90), White(52), Emelin(33), Moen(32)
Buffalo: Ott(67), Weber(62), Kaleta(57), Scott(52)

Shots:
Montreal: Pacioretty(134), Plekanec(109), Gionta(96), Subban(93)
Buffalo: Stafford(103), Hodgson(101), Vanek(96), Ennis(95), Ehrhoff(93)

Blocked Shots:
Montreal: Gorges(97), Markov(56), Emelin(47), Subban(43)
Buffalo: Weber(78), Ehrhoff(72), Sekera(59), Myers(52)

Hits:
Montreal: Emelin(110), Prust(74), Bouillon and Eller(67)
Buffalo: Ott(171), Weber(101), Foligno(87), Kaleta(73)

Face-Off Wins:
Montreal: Plekanec(394), Desharnais(310), Eller(205), Halpern(154)
Buffalo: Hodgson(321), Ott(252), Ennis(156), Hecht(120)

Tonights’ Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Montreal: Carey Price 19-8-4 2.28 GAA .915 SV% 3 SO
Buffalo: Ryan Miller 14-16-5 2.78 GAA .914 SV% 0 SO

Notes:
Last Meeting: Mar 23 @ Montreal-Sabres Won 2-1

Season Series: Sabres Lead 3-1-0
All-Time: Sabres Lead 136-119-37
All-Time @ BUF: Sabres Lead 79-41-24

This Day In Sabres History:

April 11, 1978
The Sabres win Game 1 against the Rangers at the Aud 4-1 and appear headed to an easy victory in the best-of-three preliminary round.

Injury Report:
Montreal: Diaz Concussion(IR/Out), Weber Knee(IR/Out), Armstrong Lower Body(IR/Out), Emelin Torn Ligament in Knee(IR/Out)
Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Leino Upper Body(Out)

Next 5 Games:
Apr 13 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 3:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 14 vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 5:00 PM(NHLN-CA, MSG HD)
Apr 17 at Boston Bruins 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD, TSN2 HD)
Apr 19 vs. New York Rangers 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 20 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

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11th place Sabres head to Winnipeg to take on 10th place Jets

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Last Game:
Winnipeg: Apr 6 vs. Philadelphia-Jets Won 4-1

Buffalo: Apr 7 vs. New Jersey-Sabres Won 3-2(SO)

Record:
Winnipeg: 19-19-2
Buffalo: 16-17-6

Points:
Winnipeg: 40
Buffalo: 38

Rank In Conference:
Winnipeg: 10th
Buffalo: 11th

Power Play Ranking:
Winnipeg: 12.6(29th)
Buffalo: 12.1(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Winnipeg: 78.3(25th)
Buffalo: 77.6(26th)

Goals For:
Winnipeg: 97(T-21st)
Buffalo: 100(16th)

Goals Against:
Winnipeg: 118(T-25th)
Buffalo: 1114(22nd)

Shots For:
Winnipeg: 1138(15th)
Buffalo: 1111(17th)

Shots Against:
Winnipeg: 1184(22nd)
Buffalo: 1288(30th)

Blocked Shots:
Winnipeg: 593(13th)
Buffalo: 607(9th)

Hits:
Winnipeg: 1140(4th)
Buffalo: 898(16th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Winnipeg: 48.8(21st)
Buffalo: 46.2(29th)

Team Leaders:
Goals:

Winnipeg: Ladd, Wheeler, Kane(14), Jokinen(7), Little and Byfuglien(6)
Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(13), Ennis(9), Ott(8)

Assists:
Winnipeg: Ladd(20), Little(17), Wheeler(16), Byfuglien(15)
Buffalo: Vanek, Hodgson, Ennis(17), Ott and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(11)

Points:
Winnipeg: Ladd(34), Wheeler(30), Kane(28), Little(23), Byfuglien(21)
Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(30), Ennis(26), Ott(21)

Plus/Minus:
Winnipeg: Antropov(+7), Burmistrov(+6), Ladd and Little(+4)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+13), Hecht, Flynn, Pardy(+6), Vanek and Ott(+5)

Penalty Minutes:
Winnipeg: Kane(74), Thorburn(70), Stuart(39), Wright(31)
Buffalo: Ott(67), Weber(62), Kaleta(57), Scott(52)

Shots:
Winnipeg: Kane(163), Byfuglien(113), Wheeler(105), Ladd(97)
Buffalo: Stafford(100), Hodgson(98), Vanek and Ennis(94), Ehrhoff(93)

Blocked Shots:
Winnipeg: Hainsey(101), Stuart(62), Clitsome(46), Bogosian and Byfuglien(42)
Buffalo: Weber(76), Ehrhoff(69), Sekera(59), Myers(49)

Hits:
Winnipeg: Kane(122), Burmistrov and Ladd(84), Stuart(82)
Buffalo: Ott(166), Weber(99), Foligno(84), Kaleta(73)

Face-Off Wins:
Winnipeg: Little(369), Jokinen(269), Slater(145), Antropov(116)
Buffalo: Hodgson(313), Ott(248), Ennis(153), Hecht(117)

Tonights’ Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Winnipeg: Ondrej Pavelec 16-18-2 2.82 GAA .904 SV% 0 SO
Buffalo: Ryan Miller 14-15-5 2.77 GAA .915 SV% 0 SO

Notes:
Last Meeting: Feb 19 @ Buffalo-Sabres Lost 2-1

Season Series: Winnipeg Leads 1-0-0
All-Time: Sabres Lead 21-17-11
All-Time @ WPG: Jets Lead 16-4-4

This Day In Sabres History:

April 9, 2000
The Sabres sweat out a 1-1 tie in Washington to secure a playoff berth on the final day of the regular season. Stu Barnes breaks a scoreless tie in the third period, roofing one over Olaf Kolzig, but the Capitals tie it after Richard Zednik takes the puck from rookie Maxim Afinogenov and beats Dominik Hasek on a long, fluky shot. The stars of the day are the Buffalo defense, which allows Washington just 14 shots on goal in regulation, and a piece of gum that Lindy Ruff says he “beat the crap out of” during the tense affair.

Injury Report:
Winnipeg: Redmond Leg Surgery(IR/Out), Peluso Hand(IR/Out), Slater Upper Body(IR/Out), Antropov Lower Body(Out)
Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Vanek Upper Body(Questionable), Leino Upper Body(Out)

Next 5 Games:
Apr 11 vs. Montreal Canadiens 7:00 PM(MSG HD, CBC HD)
Apr 13 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 3:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 14 vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 5:00 PM(NHLN-CA, MSG HD)
Apr 17 at Boston Bruins 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD, TSN2 HD)
Apr 19 at New York Rangers 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

After dealing Pominville at the deadline Wednesday, the youngest team in the NHL takes on Ottawa tonight at FNC

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Last Game:
Ottawa: Apr 2 @ Boston-Senators Lost 2-3

Buffalo: Apr 2 @ Pittsburgh-Sabres Won 4-1

Record:
Ottawa: 19-11-6
Buffalo: 14-17-6

Points:
Ottawa: 44
Buffalo: 34

Rank In Conference:
Ottawa: 5th
Buffalo: 14th

Power Play Ranking:
Ottawa: 19.3(12th)
Buffalo: 12.6(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Ottawa: 89.3(2nd)
Buffalo: 76.9(T-27th)

Goals For:
Ottawa: 87(T-25th)
Buffalo: 94(T-18th)

Goals Against:
Ottawa: 75(T-1st)
Buffalo: 110(T-22nd)

Shots For:
Ottawa: 1171(1st)
Buffalo: 1055(17th)

Shots Against:
Ottawa: 1193(29th)
Buffalo: 1212(30th)

Blocked Shots:
Ottawa: 497(20th)
Buffalo: 574(11th)

Hits:
Ottawa: 981(6th)
Buffalo: 832(15th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Ottawa: 49.9(18th)
Buffalo: 45.9(29th)

Team Leaders:
Goals:

Ottawa: Turris, Alfredsson, Silfverberg(8), Greening(7)
Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(13), Ennis(9), Ott(6)

Assists:
Ottawa: Gonchar(20), Turris(14), Alfredsson(12), Wiercioch and Smith(11)
Buffalo: Vanek and Ennis(17), Hodgson(16), Ott and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(11)

Points:
Ottawa: Turris and Gonchar(22), Alfredsson(20), Zibanejad(16)
Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(29), Ennis(26), Ott(19)

Plus/Minus:
Ottawa: Zibanejad, Silfverberg, Greening(+7), Karlsson(+6)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+11), Vanek(+5), Ott, Pardy, Flynn(+4)

Penalty Minutes:
Ottawa: Neil(110), Smith(37), Wiercioch and Phillips(35)
Buffalo: Ott(65), Weber(60), Kaleta(55), Scott(50)

Shots:
Ottawa: Silfverberg(99), Turris(80), Alfredsson(78), Smith and Neil(68)
Buffalo: Hodgson(95), Vanek(94), Stafford(93), Ennis(90), Ehrhoff(84)

Blocked Shots:
Ottawa: Methot(63), Phillips(59), Gonchar(52), Benoit(48)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(67), Weber(65), Sekera(54), Myers(49)

Hits:
Ottawa: Neil(159), Methot(98), Greening(94), Phillips(77)
Buffalo: Ott(150), Weber(90), Foligno(78), Kaleta(62)

Face-Off Wins:
Ottawa: Turris(339), Smith(291), Zibanejad(103), O’Brien(100)
Buffalo: Hodgson(304), Ott(228), Ennis(146), Hecht(108)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Ottawa: Robin Lehner 3-2-4 2.15 GAA .940 SV% 0 SO
Buffalo: Ryan Miller 12-15-5 2.83 GAA .912 SV% 0 SO

Notes:
Last Meeting: Mar 16 @ Buffalo-Sabres Lost 3-4(OT)

Season Series: Ottawa Leads 3-0
All-Time: Sabres Lead 69-50-17
All-Time @ BUF: Sabres Lead 35-25-7

This Day In Sabres History:

April 5, 1973
At the Montreal Forum, the Sabres take a 2-0 lead in the first period of Game 2, but the Habs go on to score the next seven goals and win going away, 7-3. “When they start coming,” said Sabres’ defenseman Tracy Pratt about the Canadiens, who lost only 10 games all season, “it’s like a tidal wave.” With a 2-0 lead in the series, Montreal is thinking sweep as the series heads to Buffalo’s Memorial Auditorium for Games 3 and 4.

Injury Report:
Ottawa: Cowen Hip Surgery(IR/Out), Spezza Back Surgery(IR/Out), Karlsson Achilles Surgery(IR/Out), Anderson Sprained Ankle(IR/Out), Dziurzynski Concussion(IR/Out), Michalek Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Hoffman Upper Body(Questionable)
Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Vanek Upper Body(Doubtful), Leino Upper Body(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:
Apr 7 vs. New Jersey Devils 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)
Apr 9 at Winnipeg Jets 8:00 PM(MSG HD, TSN HD)
Apr 11 vs. Montreal Canadiens 7:00 PM(MSG HD, CBC HD)
Apr 13 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 3:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 14 vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 5:00 PM(NHLN-CA, MSG HD)

Sabres Trade Captain Jason Pominville and a 4th RD To Wild For Hackett, Larsson, 2013 1st RD Pick, 2014 2nd RD Pick

RDS Renaud Lavioe confirms that the Sabres traded Captain Jason Pominville to the Minnesota Wild. It is believed the return will be goalie Matthew Hackett and Center Johan Larsson. A draft pick is also expected to come back in the deal as well.

Update: It is now confirmed that the Sabres have Traded Jason Pominville and a 2013 4th RD Pick To The Minnesota Wild for Matthew Hackett, Johan Larsson, A 2013 1st RD Pick, and 2014 2nd RD Pick. Sabres GM Darcy Regier says that he is done for the day.

With The Deadline Looming Sabres Head To Pittburgh To Face Red Hot Penguins

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Last Game:

Pittsburgh: Mar 30 vs. NY Islanders Win 2-0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcgkqMYNeTU

Buffalo: Mar 31 vs. Bruins Loss 2-0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wySBxM5KPU

Record:

Pittsburgh: 28-8-0

Buffalo: 13-17-6

Points:

Pittsburgh: 56

Buffalo: 32

Rank In Conference:

Pittsburgh: 1st

Buffalo: 13th

Power Play Ranking:

Pittsburgh: 23.4(3rd)

Buffalo: 13.1(28th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:

Pittsburgh: 81.0(T-17th)

Buffalo: 77.0(T-26th)

Goals For:

Pittsburgh: 121(1st)

Buffalo: 90(T-19th)

Goals Against:

Pittsburgh: 84(7th)

Buffalo: 109(26th)

Shots For:

Pittsburgh: 1096(2nd)

Buffalo: 1026(16th)

Shots Against:

Pittsburgh: 1045(17th)

Buffalo: 1192(30th)

Blocked Shots:

Pittsburgh: 549(9th)

Buffalo: 557(8th)

Hits:

Pittsburgh: 867(11th)

Buffalo: 817(14th)

Face-Off Percentage:

Pittsburgh: 52.1(6th)

Buffalo: 45.5(29th)

Team Leaders:

Goals:

Pittsburgh: Kunitz(20), J. Neal(18), Dupuis(17), Crosby(15)

Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(12), Pominville(10), Ennis(9)

Assists:

Pittsburgh: Crosby(41), Letang(25), Kunitz(24), Malkin(20)

Buffalo: Vanek and Ennis(17), Hodgson(16), Pominville, Ott, and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(11)

Points:

Pittsburgh: Crosby(56), Kunitz(44), J. Neal(32), Letang(28)

Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(28), Ennis(26), Pominville(23)

Plus/Minus:

Pittsburgh: Kunitz(+27), Crosby(+26), Dupuis(+23), Orpik(+15)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+10), Vanek(+5), Hecht, Sulzer and Flynn(+3), Pardy and Ott(+2)

Penalty Minutes:

Pittsburgh: Glass(38), Engelland(36), Kunitz(33), Malkin(30)

Buffalo: Ott(65), Weber(56), Kaleta(55), Scott(50)

Shots:

Pittsburgh: Crosby(124), J. Neal(115), Dupuis(110), Iginla(103)

Buffalo: Vanek(94), Hodgson and Pominville(93), Ennis and Stafford(88), Ehrhoff(82)

Blocked Shots:

Pittsburgh: Orpik(94), Murray(67), Letang and Martin(48), Engelland(47)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(65), Weber(63), Sekera(54), Myers(46)

Hits:

Pittsburgh: Glass(89), Kunitz and Orpik(83), Cooke(72), Adams(69)

Buffalo: Ott(149), Weber(88), Foligno(77), Kaleta(60)

Face-Off Wins:

Pittsburgh: Crosby(453), B. Sutter(291), Vitale(133), Malkin(120)

Buffalo: Hodgson(299), Ott(218), Ennis(146), Hecht(98)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:

Pittsburgh: Tomas Vokoun 10-3-0 2.33 GAA .922 SV% 3 SO

Buffalo: Ryan Miller 11-15-5 2.89 GAA .912 SV% 0 SO

Notes:

Last Meeting: Feb 17 Penguins Won 4-3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J10oFzm2tPE

Season Series: Penguins Lead 1-0-0

All-Time: Penguins Lead 74-60-37

All-Time at PIT: Penguins Lead 46-24-19

Khudobin, Bruins blank Sabres

It took the Boston Bruins over two-and-a-half periods Sunday to find the back of the net, but the line of Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Nathan Horton scored twice in the third period to provide all the offense necessary.

Meanwhile, Anton Khudobin made 26 saves for his first shutout of the season and the second of his career.

With 7:06 to play in regulation, Krejci broke a scoreless tie as the Bruins earned a 2-0 win against the Buffalo Sabres at First Niagara Center. Horton added the second goal 3:10 later to seal the victory and put the Bruins within one point of the Montreal Canadiens for first place in the Northeast Division.

The Bruins’ offense, which has now been held to three or less goals in seven of their past eight games, stuck to their game plan and didn’t press — even though their chances weren’t being converted.

“We had to stay focused because even after two periods at 0-0, the way things have gone, you never know. We could’ve had a bad bounce go our way and it would have been in our net,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said. “But it was about staying positive and sticking with the game plan and doing the right things. But every period we talked about getting a little better in certain areas and guys answered well.”

On the first goal, Horton took two shots on Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller, and Krejci was able to knock home the second rebound from the top of the goal crease.

“You try to go to the dirty areas, especially when the pucks aren’t going in the net. Not just me, but everybody,” Krejci said.

Boston then quickly extended its lead to two goals as Horton knocked in a cross-ice feed from Krejci through Miller and Sabres defenseman Andrej Sekera at 15:44.

Sekera, who was on the ice for both Bruins goals said he did not know Horton was standing next to him at the top of the crease.

“I did not see him coming, to be honest,” Sekera said. “I was focusing on the guy they dropped the pass to and I was yelling, ‘Just take it to the guy high,’ and as soon as I stopped talking, the pass came right through my feet and it was in.”

http://www.nhl.com/ice/recap.htm?id=2012020519&navid=sb:recap

Penguins win 15th in row, do it without Crosby

The Pittsburgh Penguins might have assembled a veritable virtual All-star team, but it’s the unheralded players and unnoticed plays extending their winning streak.

Backup goalie Tomas Vokoun made 35 saves for his second consecutive shutout, Matt Cooke scored the winner the shift after being a major part of an extended 5-on-3 penalty kill, and the Penguins won their 15th consecutive game, 2-0 against the New York Islanders on Saturday afternoon.

The Penguins tied the 1982 Islanders for the second-longest winning streak in NHL history and established a franchise record by winning their 12th straight game at home.

“Real proud of a lot of areas in how we played to get the win and gut that out,” coach Dan Bylsma said.

Jarome Iginla made his Penguins debut, joining Brenden Morrow and Douglas Murray as veterans who joined the team this week after being acquired in trades.

But even with the additions, the Penguins began Saturday’s game not only without their No. 1 goalie between the pipes but also without their top two defenseman (based on ice time). They ended it without their two leading scorers too.

Defenseman Kris Letang missed his second consecutive game because of a lower-body injury and the team announced early Saturday that defenseman Paul Martin would be out for approximately six weeks because of an unspecified broken bone in his upper body that will require surgery Sunday.

Captain Sidney Crosby was knocked out of the game during his first shift by a puck to the face, and goals leader Chris Kunitz was given a game misconduct late in the second period upon being penalized for checking from behind.

“You lose one [forward], that’s one scenario,” Cooke said. “But you lose two from the top line, it’s tough.”

http://www.nhl.com/ice/recap.htm?id=2012020507&navid=sb:recap

This Day In Sabres History:

April 2, 1972

The Sabres are already out of the playoff race before this season-finale at the Aud. So are the Flyers after Gerry Meehan scores with four seconds left in the third period to give the Sabres a 3-2 win and end Philly’s season. Philadelphia needed only a tie to clinch the final postseason berth in the Western Division.

Injury Report:

Pittsburgh: Letang Lower Body(IR/Out), Martin Right Wrist Surgery(IR/Out), Crosby Oral Surgery(Out)

Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Vanek Lower Body(Doubtful), Leino Upper Body(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:

Apr 5 vs. Ottawa Senators 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

Apr 7 vs. New Jersey Devils 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)

Apr 9 at Winnipeg Jets 8:00 PM(MSG HD, TSN HD)

Apr 11 vs. Montreal Canadiens 7:00 PM(MSG HD, CBC HD)

Apr 13 vs. Philadelphia Flyers 3:00 PM(MSG HD)

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Sabres Trade Regehr To Kings For Two 2nd RD Picks, Also Recall Adam From Rochester

For the 2nd Time in 3 days the Sabres have moved another Defensemen. According To TSN Insider Darren Dreger The Buffalo Sabres have Trade Veteran Defensemen Robyn Regehr to the Los Angeles Kings for Two 2nd RD Picks(Updated Picks are in 2014 and 2015). Regehr who was acquired from the Calgary Flames at the 2011 Draft goes back out west and contend for the Stanley Cup.

Sabres Also announced that they have recalled Forward Luke Adam from Rochester. In 64 Games with the Amerks this season Adam has 32 Points(14 G, 18 A)

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After both teams were defeated Saturday, the Sabres take on the Bruins at FNC

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Last Game:
Boston: Mar 30 @ Philadelphia-Bruins Lost 3-1

Buffalo: Mar 30 vs. Washington-Sabres Lost 3-4(SO)

Record:
Boston: 21-8-4
Buffalo: 13-16-6

Points:
Boston: 46
Buffalo: 32

Rank In Conference:
Boston: 4th
Buffalo: 12th

Power Play Ranking:
Boston: 15.2(23rd)
Buffalo: 13.5(27th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:
Boston: 90.4(1st)
Buffalo: 77.0(T-27th)

Goals For:
Boston: 91(T-14th)
Buffalo: 90(16th)

Goals Against:
Boston: 73(3rd)
Buffalo: 107(T-26th)

Shots For:
Boston: 1051(5th)
Buffalo: 1000(16th)

Shots Against:
Boston: 885(5th)
Buffalo: 1161(30th)

Blocked Shots:
Boston: 465(20th)
Buffalo: 544(8th)

Hits:
Boston: 858(T-9th)
Buffalo: 788(16th)

Face-Off Percentage:
Boston: 57.2(1st)
Buffalo: 45.5(29th)

Team Leaders:
Goals:

Boston: Marchand(14), Seguin(11), Bergeron and Horton(10)
Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(12), Pominville(10), Ennis(9)

Assists:
Boston: Bergeron(21), Krejci(19), Marchand, Seguin, Lucic(14)
Buffalo: Vanek and Ennis(17), Hodgson(16), Pominville, Ott, and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(11)

Points:
Boston: Bergeron(31), Marchand(28), Krejci(26), Seguin(25)
Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(28), Ennis(26), Pominville(23)

Plus/Minus:
Boston: Bergeron and Seguin(+22), Marchand(+21), Chara(+14)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+10), Vanek(+5), Ott, Hecht, Sulzer and Flynn(+3), Pardy(+2)

Penalty Minutes:
Boston: Lucic(57), McQuaid(49), Thornton(48), Chara(47)
Buffalo: Ott(63), Weber(56), Kaleta(55), Scott(50)

Shots:
Boston: Seguin(108), Bergeron and Horton(89), Chara(78)
Buffalo: Vanek(94), Hodgson(90), Pominville(89), Ennis(87)

Blocked Shots:
Boston: Seidenberg(77), Boychuk(66), Chara(45), Ference(41)
Buffalo: Ehrhoff(63), Weber(61), Sekera(54), Regehr(48)

Hits:
Boston: Lucic(109), Seidenberg(83), Chara(79), Ference(60)
Buffalo: Ott(145), Weber(87), Foligno(75), Regehr(61)

Face-Off Wins:
Boston: Bergeron(431), Krejci(262), Kelly(143), Peverley(137)
Buffalo: Hodgson(291), Ott(204), Ennis(144), Hecht(97)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:
Boston: Tuukka Rask 15-5-4 2.02 GAA .922 SV% 2 SO
Buffalo: Ryan Miller 11-14-5 2.91 GAA .911 SV% 0 SO

Notes:
Last Meeting: Feb 15 @ Buffalo-Sabres Won 4-2

Season Series: Sabres Lead 2-1-0
All-Time: Bruins Lead 146-128-37
All-Time @ BUF: Sabres Lead 84-50-21

This Day In Sabres History:

March 31, 2004
The Sabres beat the Rangers at Madison Square Garden to extend their unbeaten streak to six games. The team will not win another game for a very long time.

Injury Report:
Boston: Savard Post-Concussion Syndrome(IR/Out), Kelly Broken Tibia(IR/Out), McQuaid Strained Shoulder(IR/Out)
Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Vanek Upper Body(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:
Apr 2 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)
Apr 5 vs. Ottawa Senators 7:00 PM(MSG HD)
Apr 7 vs. New Jersey Devils 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)
Apr 9 at Winnipeg Jets 8:00 PM(MSG HD, TSN HD)
Apt 11 vs. Montreal Canadiens 7:30 PM(MSG HD, CBC HD)

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Sabres Start Busy Easter Weekend Hosting The Capitals

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Last Game:

Washington: Mar 26 vs. NY Islanders Loss 3-2

Buffalo: Mar 28 at Panthers Loss(SO) 5-4

Record:

Washington: 15-17-1

Buffalo: 13-16-5

Points:

Washington: 31

Buffalo: 31

Rank In Conference:

Washington: 11th

Buffalo: 13th

Power Play Ranking:

Washington: 24.1(2nd)

Buffalo: 12.9(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:

Washington: 77.5(26th)

Buffalo: 77.0(27th)

Goals For:

Washington: 93(T-9th)

Buffalo: 87(T-19th)

Goals Against:

Washington: 93(18th)

Buffalo: 104(26th)

Shots For:

Washington: 898(26th)

Buffalo: 977(15th)

Shots Against:

Washington: 1045(23rd)

Buffalo: 1123(30th)

Blocked Shots:

Washington: 500(13th)

Buffalo: 530(T-7th)

Hits:

Washington: 678(23rd)

Buffalo: 755(17th)

Face-Off Percentage:

Washington: 50.4(14th)

Buffalo: 45.5(29th)

Team Leaders:

Goals:

Washington: Ovechkin(16), Brouwer(12), Ribeiro(11), Ward and Fehr(6)

Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(12), Pominville(10), Ennis(9)

Assists:

Washington: Ribeiro and N. Backstrom(24), Ovechkin(16), Brouwer, Ward, and Carlson(11)

Buffalo: Vanek(17), Hodgson and Ennis(16), Pominville, Ott, and Ehrhoff(13), Foligno(10)

Points:

Washington: Ribeiro(35), Ovechkin(32), N. Backstrom(29), Brouwer(23)

Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(28), Ennis(25), Pominville(23)

Plus/Minus:

Washington: Fehr(+7), Erskine(+6), Ward and Orlov(+5), Perreault and Oleksy(+4)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+9), Vanek and Ott(+5), Hecht, Sulzer and Flynn(+3), Pardy(+2)

Penalty Minutes:

Washington: Hendricks(60), Ribeiro(41), Volpatti(33), Ovechkin and Chimera(26)

Buffalo: Ott(63), Kaleta(55), Weber(52), Scott(50)

Shots:

Washington: Ovechkin(140), Carlson(74), Brouwer(71), Chimera(63)

Buffalo: Vanek(94), Hodgson(89), Pominville(87), Ennis(85)

Blocked Shots:

Washington: Carlson(84), Alzner(57), Green(33), Erskine(31)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(62), Weber(58), Sekera(51), Leopold(49)

Hits:

Washington: Ovechkin(80), Brouwer(69), Hendricks(61), Volpatti(51)

Buffalo: Ott(139), Weber(86), Foligno(73), Regehr(56)

Face-Off Wins:

Washington: N. Backstrom(281), Beagle(192), Ribeiro(145), Hendricks(105)

Buffalo: Hodgson(285), Ott(195), Ennis(140), Hecht(95)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:

Washington: Braden Holtby 13-11-0 2.66 GAA .916 SV% 4 SO

Buffalo: Jhonas Enroth 2-2-0 2.99 GAA .905 SV% 0 SO

Notes:

Last Meeting: Mar 17 Capitals Won 5-3

Season Series: Capitals Lead 2-0-0

All-Time: Sabres Lead 83-43-16

All-Time vs. WSH: Sabres Lead 44-23-6

Panthers rally in third, defeat Sabres in shootout

Jonathan Huberdeau listened to some advice from an injured teammate, and it paid immediate dividends.

The Florida Panthers’ rookie sensation snapped a nine-game goal drought with a game-tying power-play tally with 6:09 left in regulation, then scored in the shootout as his team rallied to beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-4 on Thursday night at BB&T Center.

Huberdeau’s goal was his 13th of the season, tops among NHL rookies.

“I was watching a little bit the stats, but now I decided I’m going to stop watching that,” Huberdeau said. “It can go in your head. [Kris] Versteeg told me, just don’t watch the stats and it’s going to go well. I stopped actually three nights ago and now it went well. So now I’ve got to stop watching.”

Huberdeau, who hadn’t scored since March 8 against the Winnipeg Jets, couldn’t remember the last time he had gone that long without a goal at any level.

“Probably it was the longest,” he said of his drought. “But I don’t think about that. As long as we win, I don’t care if I don’t score for 15 games. We’ve just got to win.”

Huberdeau’s goal came in the second round of the shootout and was awarded after the play was reviewed, as the puck barely crossed the goal line. He  scored after Buffalo captain Jason Pominville had given the Sabres a 1-0 lead on the opening attempt of the tiebreaker.

Florida won the shootout in the fourth round when Mike Santorelli beat Ryan Miller with a backhand-to-forehand deke and a high shot. The goal was Santorelli’s ninth in 18 career shootout attempts.

“Really? I don’t keep track,” Santorelli said. “All that matters is that one went in. I saw him poke check there and luckily I was able to go around him.”

Thursday marked the second consecutive meeting between the teams that went to a shootout. The Sabres won 4-3 at BB&T Center on Feb. 28, 25 days after the Panthers won 4-3 at Buffalo.

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Islanders snap Capitals’ winning streak

The New York Islanders started fast, took a strong counter punch and found a winner late Tuesday night, and they will wake up Wednesday morning two points from a playoff spot because of it.

John Tavares scored his 20th goal of the season with 5:18 remaining in the third period, and the Islanders claimed a key 3-2 victory against the Washington Capitals at Verizon Center in their quest for a spot in the top eight of the Eastern Conference.

“That line struggled a little bit in the first two periods but I talked with them after the second and I knew they were going to find a way,” Islanders coach Jack Capuano said of his top unit of Tavares, Matt Moulson and Brad Boyes. “When you need a big goal, it’s that line that usually comes up for us. It was good to see those guys respond in the third.”

Washington defenseman Mike Green lost the puck in his feet to the left of his own net; Moulson scooped it up and fed Tavares for a quick one-timer from the right circle. Tavares became the second player to reach 20 goals this season.

The Islanders, who haven’t made the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2007, moved past the Capitals and the Carolina Hurricanes into ninth place in the East with the victory. They trail the eighth-place New York Rangers by two points; the Rangers also have a game in hand.

“Not much has been accomplished just yet, so we’ve got to focus on the next game,” Tavares said after the Islanders won the opener of a four-game trip. “Obviously we’re happy with the result but it doesn’t mean a whole lot if we can’t get some momentum here.”

Washington forward Brooks Laich took responsibility for the Islanders’ game-winner, and coach Adam Oates called it a “tired play.” Laich was on the ice for 50 seconds before the goal and 80 seconds in his previous shift.

“I was a little fatigued, I went back and wanted to send it behind the net,” Laich said. “I didn’t think I could get it to Mike direct, and I didn’t want to turn it over in front of our net, so I sent it behind the net. Bad angle, bad decision by myself — I put Mike in trouble and the result was the winning goal.”

The Capitals (15-17-1) came home from a road trip with three straight wins and a chance to move into ninth, but a slow start and a second loss in as many contests against the Islanders damaged their charge towards a sixth consecutive playoff berth.

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This Day In Sabres History:

March 30, 2001

Dominik Hasek records his 55th regular season shutout as a Sabres, and his last, in a 4-0 win over the Thrashers at HSBC Arena. It’s the Dominator’s third shutout in 10 days. The Sabres clinch a playoff berth and reassume the league lead in fewest goals against. Miro Satan, Chris Gratton and James Patrick are among the scorers, and Steve Heinze chips in with three assists.

Injury Report:

Washington: Erskine Upper Body(IR/Out), Kundratek Right Leg(IR/Out), Poti Back(IR/Out), Fehr Upper Body(Questionable), Ovechkin Chin(Probable)

Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Vanek Lower Body(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:

Mar 31 vs. Boston Bruins 7:30 PM(MSG HD/NBCSN HD/TSN HD)

Apr 2 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)

Apr 5 vs. Ottawa Senators 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

Apr 7 vs. New Jersey Devils 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)

Apr 9 at Winnipeg Jets 8:00 PM(MSG HD, TSN HD)

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Sabres Finish 3 Game Roady With Trip To Panthers

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Last Game:

Florida: Mar 26 at Maple Leafs Loss 3-2

Buffalo: Mar 26 at Lightning Loss 2-1

Record:

Florida: 9-19-6

Buffalo: 13-16-4

Points:

Florida: 24

Buffalo: 30

Rank In Conference:

Florida: 15th

Buffalo: 12th

Power Play Ranking:

Florida: 17.9(16th)

Buffalo: 12.5(30th)

Penalty Kill Ratings:

Florida: 74.0(30th)

Buffalo: 77.7(26th)

Goals For:

Florida: 79(T-24th)

Buffalo: 83(T-18th)

Goals Against:

Florida: 118(30th)

Buffalo: 100(27th)

Shots For:

Florida: 1019(4th)

Buffalo: 937(15th)

Shots Against:

Florida: 1049(26th)

Buffalo: 1083(28th)

Blocked Shots:

Florida: 449(20th)

Buffalo: 522(4th)

Hits:

Florida: 765(14th)

Buffalo: 728(18th)

Face-Off Percentage:

Florida: 49.7(18th)

Buffalo: 45.5(29th)

Team Leaders:

Goals:

Florida: Kopecky and Huberdeau(12), Matthias(10), Fleischmann, Mueller, and B. Campbell(7), Goc(4)

Buffalo: Vanek(16), Hodgson(12), Pominville(10), Ennis(9)

Assists:

Florida: Fleischmann(14), B. Campbell(12), Kopecky, Huberdeau, and Shore(9), Goc and Skille(8)

Buffalo: Vanek(17), Hodgson(16), Ennis(15), Pominville(13)

Points:

Florida: Kopecky, Huberdeau, and Fleischmann(21), B. Campbell(19), Matthias and Mueller(13), Goc(12)

Buffalo: Vanek(33), Hodgson(28), Ennis(24), Pominville(23)

Plus/Minus:

Florida: Matthias(+1), Skille, Robak, Rheault, Rallo, Timmins, and Selleck(EV), Yonkman and Caruso(-1), Brennan(-2)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(+7), Vanek(+5), Ott and Hecht(+4), Sulzer and Flynn(+3)

Penalty Minutes:

Florida: Parros(34), Strachen(31), Kopecky(26), Weiss(25)

Buffalo: Ott(61), Kaleta(53), Weber(52), Scott(48)

Shots:

Florida: Mueller(106), Huberdeau(91), Fleischmann(89), Shore(78)

Buffalo: Vanek(94), Pominville(86), Hodgson(83), Ennis(82)

Blocked Shots:

Florida: B. Campbell(51), Kuba(49), Strachen(47), Weaver(38)

Buffalo: Ehrhoff(61), Weber(57), Sekera(51), Regehr(47)

Hits:

Florida: Smithson and Strachen(75), Skille(74), Gudbranson(64), Kulikov(55)

Buffalo: Ott(137), Weber(83), Foligno(71), Kaleta(55)

Face-Off Wins:

Florida: Goc(252), Shore(172), Smithson(171), Weiss(141)

Buffalo: Hodgson(281), Ott(190), Ennis(130), Hecht(91)

Today Starting Goaltender Matchup:

Florida: Jacob Markstrom 3-7-1 2.59 GAA .921 SV% 0 SO

Buffalo: Ryan Miller 11-14-4 2.88 GAA .911 SV% 0 SO

Notes:

Last Meeting: Feb 28 Sabres Won(SO) 4-3

Season Series: Panthers Lead 1-0-1

All-Time: Sabres Lead 43-28-5

All-Time at FLA: Sabres Lead 19-17-2

Lightning hold off Sabres

The Tampa Bay Lightning gave their new coach something to be optimistic about.

With Jon Cooper watching the team he’ll officially begin coaching on Wednesday, the Lightning put together an energetic effort and held off the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 on Tuesday night at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Cooper told the media before the game that he thought the Lightning still had a chance to make the playoffs. A few more efforts like this one and he might be right. With Mathieu Garon solid in net and Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis providing the offense, the Lightning showed little resemblance to the lackadaisical group that helped get former coach Guy Boucher fired. The Lightning were the aggressors all night, winning the battles for loose pucks and backchecking forcefully as they limited the Sabres to a season-low 14 shots on goal.

“Obviously, these guys are at a point where they’ve played hard and not have much to show for it as a group,” said Dan Lacroix, one of three assistant coaches who ran the team for the second straight game. “Trying to get two points and finally have smiles after a game and not just say that they worked hard tonight but there is nothing to show for it. Having a new coach watching probably helped a lot.

“I thought the intensity was there. The work ethic was there. Guys played extremely hard for each other and they showed that they care. They care about the team and the results.”

In addition to seeing another much-needed two points vanish, Buffalo also lost its top scorer, Thomas Vanek, who left the ice during the third period with an upper-body injury and did not return.

Tampa Bay had just two shots in the opening period, but grabbed a 1-0 lead at 16:01 when Stamkos backed into the left circle to find some space, took a pass from St. Louis and one-timed the puck over Ryan Miller’s glove. It was Stamkos’ League-leading 23rd goal of the season of the season.

“It feels great,” Stamkos said. “We wanted the puck today. We made plays and it showed out there.”

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Lupul scores twice; Maple Leafs defeat Panthers

It has been an interesting season for Joffrey Lupul, to say the least.

The veteran right-shooting left wing broke his arm in the Toronto Maple Leafs’ fourth game of the season when he was nailed with an errant Dion Phaneuf slap shot, missed 25 games, then stormed back with three goals in two games before being suspended for two for an illegal hit.

“It’s a running joke with our team that he only stays for five games at a time,” said Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle, who took over from Ron Wilson late last season just before Lupul was lost with a shoulder injury. “Since I started coaching he’s only been in the lineup for 10 games. He got hurt last year then again this year, and then he got suspended.”

Since returning from the suspension, Lupul has picked right up where left off, scoring twice Tuesday night in a 3-2 nail-biter against the visiting Florida Panthers.

The Panthers, who have been decimated with injuries and are last in the overall standings, gave the Maple Leafs a tough test. Despite a slow start, Toronto managed to win its third straight at home behind 40 saves from Ben Scrivens.

Lupul, who scored once in a 3-2 shootout loss at the Boston Bruins on Monday, opened Tuesday night on a line with Nazem Kadri and Nikolai Kulemin. But when the Maple Leafs were outshot 16-7 in the first period and failed to generate any serious offense, Lupul was placed on a line with old mates Phil Kessel and Tyler Bozak. The trio worked instant magic.

“It was just a little shakeup,” Lupul said. “Things were a little stagnant for us in the first period, and I don’t know if it’s a permanent change, but sometimes a little switch can freshen everybody up. That’s what happened.”

Lupul, the seventh pick by the Anaheim Ducks in the 2002 NHL Draft, was well on his way to an all-star selection last season when the shoulder injury brought an abrupt end to his year. It would not be a stretch to suggest he was the best left wing in the NHL at the time of his injury, and he’s working to get back to that level.

“I probably didn’t expect this sort of start stats-wise, but I did put in a lot of work during the six weeks was out,” said Lupul, who has six goals and an assist in four games since March 16. “I did a lot of extra work on my skating, and that’s what feels different in my game now. I feel faster and my conditioning is pretty good.”

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This Day In Sabres History:

March 28, 1979

Rick Martin scores the 20th hat trick of his Sabres’ career in a 9-2 thumping of the Bruins in Boston Garden.

Injury Report:

Florida: Caruso Broken Wrist(IR/Out), Weaver Lower Body(IR/Out), Theodore Torn Right Groin(IR/Out), Weiss Wrist Surgery(IR/Out), Versteeg Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Parros Upper Body(IR/Out), Jovanovski Lower Body(IR/Out), Skille Upper Body(IR/Out), Bergenheim Undisclosed(Out)

Buffalo: Sulzer Right Knee Surgery(IR/Out), Sekera Upper Body(Questionable), Vanek Lower Body(Questionable)

Next 5 Games:

Mar 30 vs. Washington Capitals 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

Mar 31 vs. Boston Bruins 7:00 PM(MSG HD/NBCSN HD/TSN HD)

Apr 2 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)

Apr 5 vs. Ottawa Senators 7:00 PM(MSG HD)

Apr 7 vs. New Jersey Devils 7:30 PM(NBCSN HD)

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