By Chris First, the positives: -The Sabres are capable of scoring. -The Sabres are capable of playing well in front of Patrick Lalime. -Patrick Lalime, contrary to popular belief, isn’t terrible. -Tyler Ennis (a.k.a. Little Tyler) is really good and … Continue reading
By Chris The Sabres definitely look like a tired hockey club. They’ve just coughed up the division lead and after tomorrow night’s game against the Sharks, they won’t suit up again until March 2 against Pittsburgh. For many players that … Continue reading
By Chris We’ll get to how great it was to see the Sabres not quit and rally against the Anaheim Ducks later on today. Yeah they showed a lot of heart, blah, blah, blah.* Right now there’s a bigger problem … Continue reading
by Ryan I’m trying to figure out what the best part of last night’s game was. Was it Patrick Lalime coming in cold and shutting the door on two all-world players? Maybe it was Drew Stafford coming through when given … Continue reading
by Ryan How important is a win for your backup goaltender? If you watched the scrum around Patrick Lalime last night, you’d say it is pretty important. Say it with me, everyone: Patrick Lalime was the difference last night. It’s … Continue reading
By Chris The Montreal Canadiens come to town in their first game against the Sabres since the season opener. We all remember how abruptly that ended. Craig Rivet told the media that he’s ready to play tonight after suffering what … Continue reading
by Ryan Since I just finished watching the game, let’s just go with some bullet points. – It was nice to see them come through when it mattered, but all they really did with the win was keep pace. There’s … Continue reading
Four points for Tim Connolly.Twenty-nine saves for Patrick Lalime. Two critical points for the Sabres.More to come.