Five Straight.

December 7, 2009 at 9:41 pm | Posted in Buffalo Sabres, Chicago Blackhawks, Losing Sucks, New York Rangers, Patrick Lalime, Ryan Miller, Thought-provoking Stuff, Washington Capitals | 1 Comment

If Buffalo isn’t careful, they could lose five straight. They’re already at two; they looked disinterested Friday night and even though I only saw the third period tonight, it did not look good. Wednesday night they play Washington (!!!) and Washington’s game isn’t over yet, but as I write they’re winning 3-0 in the third and are on the power play. Friday they play Chicago, and everyone knows how kickass they’ve been. Then on Saturday they finish off in New York. The Sabres should be able to beat the Rangers but they couldn’t two nights ago and they’ll be on the second night of a back-to-back and the fourth game in six days. The Sabres need to make some changes before they start the next three games or they could be in serious trouble.

As I see it, they have two big questions:

1. Ryan has no doubt been the MVP of the season, but I can’t even remember the last time he had a break and he almost gave up four goals tonight. When do the Sabres sit him and play Lala for the sake of keeping all of his limbs attached?

2. Will the Sabres EVER score a goal again? Or will they at least score a goal that does more than give the opposing goalie a Ryan Miller Shutout?

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  1. […] 3:18 pm | In Buffalo Sabres, Happy!!, Mike Green | Leave a Comment Guys, remember when I was all concerned that the Sabres were going to go five straight losses?  Oh haha, silly me.  Where do I come up […]


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