'The Sabres have allowed a league-high 12 short-handed goals and one in each of their past two games entering tonight's match with the Florida Panthers in HSBC Arena.'
Archives for February 11, 2006
'Season Series: Panthers lead, 3-0.'
‘“If I establish myself here and keep playing hockey, the international stuff will follow,” he said. “It’s still been a great year, I’m not going to let one situation and a little bit of adversity on something that was out of my control affect the season.”’
‘Sabres captain Chris Drury will play for the United States. Maxim Afinogenov will play for Russia, Toni Lydman and Teppo Numminen will play for Finland. “It’s always a great honor to play for your country, especially at the Olympics,” Numminen said. “It’s the biggest event an athlete can go to.”’
‘Sabres goaltending coach Jim Corsi will serve as an assistant coach for the host Italian hockey team.’
‘The Panthers’ five Olympians will face probably the best U.S. goaltender in the NHL this season. But not at the Olympics — because he won’t be there.’
Panthers get Olympic-style action (Miami Herald)
Panthers not ready to relax just yet (Palm Beach Post)
Luongo, Panthers hope to continue success against Sabres (Sportsticker)
Florida Panthers (22-26-8) at Buffalo Sabres (35-14-4) (The Sports Network)
Panthers Battle Buffalo Sabres Saturday Night (FloridaPanthers.com)