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It’s up to Brian Boucher, now. The three-headed monster, or three-headed disaster, that is the Philadelphia Flyers’ goaltending squad, has been the great evening factor between the Sabres and Flyers in the opening round of the playoffs. Sergie Bobrovsky, Michael … Continue reading
If any of you slept in your jerseys last night, I applaud you. For me, it was the Miller PJ’s. I suspect for Philly fans, the Briere PJ’s were a popular pick. Tonight features the very pinnacle of hockey – … Continue reading
Man down. The Tim Connolly Hate Club just got their wish: TC will miss Game Seven after being crunched from behind by Flyers’ captain Mike Richards. The injury further depletes the talent level of the Buffalo Sabres – primarily at … Continue reading
The war of words will be fought with B.S. At least, it will be according to the Flyers and Sabres. Mike Richards blasted officials and Lindy Ruff yesterday, saying “You’d hope something was going to happen, I guess, but if not, … Continue reading
This series has been nothing short of ridiculously entertaining. In the spirit of ridiculous entertainment, buffalo74 is proud to present the first ever edition of Sabres Twitter Chat BINGO playoff cards! Print them up, and get your lucky bearded troll … Continue reading
It’s now a three game series. Heading back to Philadelphia for Game Five, the Sabres and the Flyers have each scored eight goals apiece (excluding one empty netter) and are tied 2 games apiece. This is about as close as … Continue reading
Most of us knew it was coming. Most NHL fans agreed that Philadelphia’s rookie netminder, Sergei Bobrovsky, would not last through the first round. The Sabres were the hot team of the Eastern Conference heading into the playoffs, with all … Continue reading