'Biron compiled a 3-0-0 record along with a 1.92 goals-against average and a 0.940 save percentage in four appearances. He helped the Sabres to three-straight road victories, over Los Angeles, Anaheim and Colorado, averaging 30 saves a game.'
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'Defensive honors went to Biron, who went 3-0-0 with a 1.92 goals-against average and .940 save percentage in four appearances. He was in the nets for three consecutive road wins, averaging 30 saves per victories.'
'The team said Monday that VMagic division of Venue 1, of Wayne, Pa., has completed the installation of its 360-degree, Philips-powered LED fascia display. The display, which encircles the upper level bowl around the arena, will debut when the Sabres play the Minnesota Wild at 7 p.m. Tuesday.'
'"It was a great win for our team," said Drury, who extended his point streak to seven games. "We weren't really at our best for the first two periods, and Marty (Biron) kept us in there. It's a huge win."'
'"I think he fits very nicely," coach Lindy Ruff said. "He gives us an element I don't think we've had – a real good two-way player that can play in any situation."'
'"It was a lucky bounce," Sauve said. "Drury's a good player, but it was a five-hole shot and it kind of tipped up. I don't think he meant to tip it up like that. Those bounces like that, sometimes they'll happen, but it's frustrating."'
'The Avs dominated the play territorially for long stretches, outshooting Buffalo 33-21 and doing a lot of good things through hard work. The problem? Look no further than the blown 5-on-3 early in the third of a 1-1 game.'
'Drury again got a difference-making goal at the Pepsi Center, but this time it was for the opposition, coming at 17:31 of the third.'
'Sakic didn't get a shot on Sabres goalie Martin Biron, who made 32 saves at the Pepsi Center. That, more than anything, was the worrisome part of Sakic's showing, as he is perennially among NHL leaders in shots on goal.'
'The Avs poured 33 shots on Sabres goaltender Martin Biron and did not have much to show for it.'