'…is scheduled to be played as planned.'
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'Sabres spokesman Mike Gilbert said Friday that while the team intends to play, a final decision won't be made until Saturday afternoon. He added that the Rangers confirmed plans to travel to Buffalo after the city's airport was reopened Friday afternoon and the team was notified its hotel has power.'
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An astute community member posted that Perreault will be at Casino Niagara on Saturday, October 14th at 5pm.
‘”I’ve had two cracks at it and they smacked me around,” said Miller, who is 0-2 with a 5.64 goals-against average and .766 save percentage against Detroit. “I want to go in there and get a victory against these guys and keep this team going where we need to go.”‘
‘”Oh, no,” Hasek said, shaking his head. “What I saw I couldn’t believe, to be honest. It takes time to get used to it and then maybe people will start to like it. When I saw it the first time on TV, I was shocked. It reminded me of Atlanta or something. Then I heard the names and thought “Oh, it must be Buffalo.’ I said “What is this?’ “‘
‘Buffalo has won eight straight regular-season games dating to April 3, 2006.’
Sabres will be tough test (Detroit News)
Sabres will test Wings (Detroit Free Press)
Big early game for Wings against Miller, Sabres (Booth Newspapers)
Sabres visit Red Wings, look to remain unbeaten (Sportsticker)
Buffalo Sabres (3-0-0) at Detroit Red Wings (2-1-0) (The Sports Network)
Game # 4: Buffalo @ Detroit(2-1-0) (SabresFans.com)
'Goaltender Ryan Miller, who won the Hobey Baker Award as college hockey's top player while at Michigan State, is a Buffalo standout. Teammate Chris Drury has two goals and two assists in three games. "(Miller) will have a whole slew of people here and will want to shut the door," Babcock said.'
'While the scoreboard tells its own story at this point in the season, it would be mature for the Sabres not to count any chickens yet. If consecutive down-to-the wire wins are signs of the maturity level of this squad, however, I think it's safe to say their ducks are in a row.'