Sabres blistered in Savage game

Via: Sabres Central

Go back in time 25 years. The National Hockey League back in 1974-77 was dominated by the Broad Street Bullies and other teams that tried to imitate the aggressive style of the Philadelphia Flyers back then. That style of hockey suddenly reemerged Friday night in Buffalo's HSBC Arena as the Buffalo Sabres and the Montreal Canadiens played an old fashioned slugfest of a hockey game. The Canadiens thumped the Sabres 5-2 in a game that should have been billed Friday night Fights. This was a savage game and the Canadiens Brian Savage did his part in scoring the Habs first three goals.