'Henrik Tallinder and Jason Pominville scored goals for Buffalo, which improved to 3-1 on the preseason.'
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'The Buffalo Sabres survived a slow start and came from behind to win in a shootout 3-2. Clarke MacArthur was the 22nd shooter and put away the game winner past Penguins goalie Dany Sabourin.'
'It took an eleven-round shootout…'
'The only goaltenders left in camp are starter Ryan Miller and backup Martin Biron. Miller is expected to start when the Sabres face the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight.'
'The two organizations and the Bills' alumni association are donating $3,000 to the GC [God's Children] Cowboys to help replace equipment and food stolen by thieves this week.'
'Figure the Sabres to reach the third round; especially if Regier gets good value in the deal for Biron.'
Hamel doing all he can to stay in Ottawa (Ottawa Citizen)
Corvo injury puts damper on hat trick by Hamel (Ottawa Citizen)
Special K dressed for success (Ottawa Citizen)
Say it isn’t so, Joe (Ottawa Sun)
Foligno hungry like a Wolf (Ottawa Sun)
Senators D Corvo out with broken foot (Sportsticker)
Post-game report: Buffalo Sabres 4 Senators 3 (OttawaSenators.com)
'Thomas Vanek scored three goals to offset Denis Hamel's natural hat trick for Ottawa as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Senators 4-3 on Friday night in an exhibition game.'
'Buffalo's Maxim Afinogenov suffered a charley horse in his right leg after a hit from Jason Spezza that earned the Ottawa centre a tripping penalty.'
'Chris Drury scored the Sabres other goal unassisted while Martin Biron turned aside 26 shots in the win.'
'The Sabres finished 3-for-12 on the powerplay.'
'Vanek's three goals and four points lead the team during the preseason.'
‘Goaltender Adam Dennis; goaltender Adam Berkhoel; defenseman Mike Card; left wing Branislav Fabry; defenseman Michael Funk; left wing Dylan Hunter; right wing Patrick Kaleta; right wing Mark Mancari; defenseman Christopher Trick; and center Marek Zagrapan. This leaves the Sabres with 30 players still in training camp.’
'Expect the Sabres to be in the mix for the Northeast title again, and if they can't surpass the Senators they'll again be in the middle of the Eastern Conference playoff pack.'