'"It's a well deserved shutout."'
Archives for April 16, 2006
'The Buffalo Sabres absolutely beat the snot out of the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight, destroying the Leafs 6-0.'
'The Sabres have one regualr season game remaining on Tuesday night in Carolina. The game is on OLN so the only place to hear the call from Rick Jeanneret is on WGR Sportsradio 550 at 7 PM.'
'The Maple Leafs lost in regulation for the first time in 11 games (8-1-2), coming out flat a day after being eliminated from playoff contention. Leafs captain Mats Sundin had an 11-game point streak snapped, and Toronto finished 0-4 at Buffalo this season.'
'Buffalo hadn't pitched a shutout since March 29, 2004 against Columbus.'
Maple Leafs visit Sabres in final meeting of season (Sportsticker)
Toronto Maple Leafs (40-32-8) at Buffalo Sabres (50-24-6) (The Sports Network)
Forlorn Leafs take on Sabres (CBC Sports)
‘Including goalies, LW Andrew Peters is the only Sabre without a point.’
‘”The third period was special,” Ruff said. “Great desperation, great effort. We came out in the third and showed them we weren’t going to lay down or hand them any thing.”‘
'Golisano has been a fixture at Sabres home games, providing a high-profile face much like John Rigas did during the team’s Cup run in ‘99. But there is a difference — Golisano’s books aren’t cooked.'