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Sabres now have two straight wins


The Sabres were lucky not to be down by one or two goals after one period, but they got it done. 
 
 

Sabres throttle Leafs 6-2


The Buffalo Sabres had one of their biggest offensive outputs of the season as they handed the Toronto Maple Leafs a 6-2 loss on Saturday night at First Niagara Center. Head inside for Pat Malacaro's live-game blog.

Sabres' Stewart plays his former team


Chris Stewart was taken 18th overall in 2006 by Colorado. He finally played his first game back in St. Louis.
 
 

Zadorov has proven himself to Nolan


Many fans wanted to know why Nikita Zadorov was here and not playing. Here's why and why he is now.
 
 

Sabres' Larsson not impressing


I’ve been trying to keep a good eye on Johan Larsson as he plays his second game since being called up from Rochester and I have to admit, between this season and last I just don’t see what one of my colleagues sees in him. He thinks Larsson is going to be a solid NHLer and I just don’t see the evidence.
 
Yes, he occasionally gets under the skin of the opponent, but he

Nolan trying to get this team to move forward


Ted Nolan is not going to change the course

Sabres game turns quickly


Sabres went from generating nothing to two quick goals.

Sabres' have effort, but still have trouble with goals


The Sabres knack for taking penalties cost them in this game.
 
 
 

Sabres skate well, but have trouble converting chances


Ted Nolan had commented on Tuesday how well his team practiced in Anaheim and it definitely carried over in the game.
 
Buffalo came out fast, skated and took the play to the Ducks only to be stopped by Frederik Andersen. Buffalo had given up 44 shots to the Ducks on Columbus Day, but held them totally off the board 7.5 minutes in. By that time Andersen had made a great skate save on Matt

Sabres double up Jets 4-2


The Buffalo Sabres used four unanswered goals to defeat the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 on Tuesday night at First Niagara Center. Head inside for Pat Malacaro's game blog.
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