October 11, 2009 at 9:42 am | Posted in Andrej Sekera, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, Drew Stafford, Losing Sucks, Mike Grier, This Irks Me, Tim Kennedy, Washington Capitals, What Is Up With All These Injuries?, Winning Is Totally Awesome | Leave a comment

I get that the Sabres were in Nashville last night and that they even won, but good grief. That might be the most boring hockey game ever. (At least since the won they played against Nashville last season.)

This was the secod straight game that made me think the Sabres either wanted to kill my soul or for me to take a nap. At least I was in excellent company at the Phoenix game and therefore didn’t have to play uber close attention for the whole thing. Last night was a complete snoozefest. I don’t even know how I made it through the whole thing.

I am, however, thrilled that it wa a Timmykins-assisted Grier goal that won a shutout for Ryan Miller.

The Sabres record right now is 2-0-1 but I don’t feel as though that’s an indication of how they’ve been playing. Looking at that record would make you think that the Sabres have been really good this season, but their power play sucks and they can’t score. I don’t know. I’m worried for Tuesday night against Detroit.

Speaking of Detroit, the Capitals are never winning another hockey game. Never ever again.

The highlight of last night was during Lindy’s postgame interview when Drew was strangling Pie (I think) in the background. It probably wasn’t as funny as it seemed at the time, but I was really tired so it cracked me up.

Reggie is hurt, and if he’s out for a long period of time that pretty much guarantees that Tyler is in. I still don’t really understand how he got hurt, but whatevs. Get well soon, Reg.

I think the Sabres are going to have to learn how to score goals if they even want to stand a chance against the Red Wings.

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