Sabres Score Seven

Nothing cures a four-game winless stretch quicker than a seven-goal victory even when it happens versus the last-place team in the league.

What has to be the most frightening 7-3 win the Sabres have ever played began powerfully enough by outshooting the Ducks 19-3 and scoring twice in the first period for the two-nothing lead.

Mr. Thompson scores his 36th

After three duck goals in a row

On the heels of two heavy losses where a two-goal lead was lost at home the horrific memories of those games came to the forefront when Anaheim scored three times in less than seven minutes during the second period to take the 3-2 lead.

Soon after, 35 seconds to be exact, Mr. Krebs scored his eighth of the season to tie the game at three and the same line of Mr. Krebs, Mr. Mittelstadt, and Mr. Quinn scored again four and a half minutes later for the 4-3 lead.

Mr. Tuch is about to snap in his 25th of the season

The third period was all Buffalo as the Sabres added 13 more SOG to their eventual 44 SOG for the game, played physical through the misconducts, roughing, and cross-checking penalties, and tallied three times to increase their goal output to seven.

A beautiful backhand for goal seven

In all seven Sabres recorded a two-point night with Mr. Dahlin scoring two assists and also earning another roughing penalty to add to his team-leading PIMs total, Buffalo goes from playing team 30 to playing team 29 this Saturday night versus San Jose.

Author: Buffalo Winter


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