“Bettman has only a marginal interest in the weaker teams. He only wants the NHL to make a bigger profit as a whole.” -- Dominik Hasek

May 13, 2007

Bummed in Buffalo

Once again, it doesn't look like it's going to be Buffalo's year. The Sabres haven't yet reached the level of the Bills, but their inability to seal the deal is likely almost as frustrating at this point.

The Sabres dropped game two of the Eastern Conference finals to the Senators, their second straight home loss in this series. They played strong and managed to come from behind in the third period to force overtime, but couldn't get the job done. Joe Corvo of Ottawa scored in second overtime to send the Senators back home with a tremendous 2-0 advantage.

Can the Sabres rally and overcome this serious setback? Or will another great Buffalo team be resigned to an early end and go home empty-handed?

All I know is it must suck to be a Sabres fan right now.


hockeychic said...

I thought for sure that the Sabres were going to win when Briere scored with 5 seconds left. Hmmm. My brother called me yesterday (he is my playoff phone friend) and said, "What happened to the Sabres and where did they go?" OUCH. I really would like to see them win and all is not lost yet. If they don't win tonight, they are done.

Dear Lord Stanley said...

Indeed. They're not gonna pull a 1975 Islanders and come back from 0-3 in the series.

B_Washington said...

Tonight is must win for them. I hope they do, i want to see this series go 7.. it's already been fun to watch

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