‘There is no doubt that there is a very bright future ahead for the Buffalo Sabres.’
Archives for September 28, 2003
'As befitting any Montreal-Buffalo contest, feelings ran high but there was only one real altercation, with Buffalo rookie goon Andrew Peters landing several good punches before Gordie Dwyer wrestled him to the ice.'
'A 3-1 victory over the Sabres came thanks in large part to the play of Sheldon Souray, who, after missing the entire 2002-2003 season due to a wrist injury that required successive surgeries, is looking increasingly like the dominant force that helped lead Montreal to the second round of the playoffs the previous year. Souray scored, added an assist, racked up 21 penalty minutes on five infractions, and led the team with four shots. He finished the game at plus-2, one of five Montreal players, including the entire line of Richard Zednik, Mike Ribeiro, and Marcel Hossa, to do so.'
'Curtis Brown scored Buffalo's goal early in the second. The Sabres fell to 1-1-0-1.'
'Curtis Brown scored Buffalo's lone goal during a power play in the opening minute of the second period.'