Buffalo Sabres’ Balance Leading the Way Before Playoffs

Posted: 30th March 2010 by Matthew Hogan in NHL
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The Buffalo Sabres were missing a ton of talent on Monday night, but that didn’t stop them from defeating the Boston Bruins at TD Garden by a score of 3-2. The big story heading into the game was Buffalo’s injuries. Scratched from the Sabres’ lineup were Tim Connolly, Thomas Vanek, Patrick Kaleta, and Raffi Torres. Filling in for the injured players was Buffalo’s tremendous trio of young talent: Tyler Ennis, Nathan Gerbe, and Mark Mancari. All three players had solid games, and Ennis broke up several Boston offensive rushes. Other than the injured players, there were very few things missing from the Sabres’ game in arguably their most well-balanced win of the season. Every forward had at least 11 minutes of ice time, and not one forward had more than 17:16. Ro ...

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