'The Buffalo Sabres arrived in New York City on Tuesday in plenty of time for their game against the Rangers after being delayed a day by a snowstorm. The team's plane touched down about 9 a.m., a team spokesman said.'
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'The Sabres were within striking distance of first place mere weeks ago, but they have fallen to seventh place with 56 points.'
Mired in mediocrity, the free-agent route hasn't paid off as GM Glen Sather had hoped in New York. The Rangers have managed to avoid the Atlantic Division cellar but are hardly worthy of playoff contention.