Phew.

So, we can all agree that the Sabres are good at hockey again, right?  This is the real team, and whatever was going on with them in October was just a weird, extremely unfortunate phase.

Okay, good.  I’m glad that’s settled.

 

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1 Response to “Phew.”


  1. 1 lifeinspoons November 16, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    I know our boys work hard for the money, putting in over time very time, but I’d really like a within regulation win. However, if the out-tiring-the-other-guys routine is going to take us far, I guess I can’t complain too much. Maybe that’s just my feeling of relief speaking since we’ve gradually moved from “hardcore sucking” to “actually pretty good” in the last few games.

    But still, a small request: may we get a stronger PP? I want to actually be excited when we get power plays, instead of just groan about how that’s a guaranteed two minutes without us scoring…


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