'Brian Campbell skated a season-high 32:44 and blocked seven shots in Friday's loss to Montreal.'
Archives for November 2006
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Rangers look to extend winning streak to four vs. Sabres (Sportsticker)
Buffalo Sabres (18-3-2) at New York Rangers (13-9-1) (The Sports Network)
Rangers face East’s great test at MSG tonight (NewYorkRangers.com)
Game notes (NewYorkRangers.com)
Game # 24: Buffalo @ NY Rangers (SabresFans.com)
Amerks’ lackluster effort leads to harsh loss (Rochester D&C)
Bulldogs Bully Amerks (RNews.com)
Amerks suffer 6-0 loss at Hamilton tonight (Amerks.com)
‘Dogs shutout first-place Amerks (HamiltonBulldogs.com)
'"It was an intense, low-scoring game," Sabres coach Lindy Ruff said. "They took a lot of ice away. We took a lot away. I thought we garnered the momentum of the game except for a small span in the third period. Both goalies made key saves, especially Ryan in the third period."'
'"There's a lot of learning yet to do," coach Lindy Ruff said. "We haven't had a lot of practice time for them, and the way the games have been going, the ice time just hasn't been there. They're first-year pros. They have a long ways to go. They've filled in when we've needed them. We'd like to get them more ice time, but at certain times that hasn't been available."'
'Throw in the fact that Buffalo doesn’t have a West coast swing and that 10 of the team’s 14 games in January are against teams that failed to reach the postseason last year and it hits you like a Zamboni — Buffalo might get better as the season progresses.'
'According to Sabres coach Lindy Ruff, Roy still doesn’t have the strength to grasp a stick and he isn’t expected back when the Sabres play at the New York Rangers on Sunday.'
‘This is a team with a few stars, but no superstars, a collection of players who understand that it’s important to play together.’
'The Canadiens would tie it eight minutes into the third as Saku Koivu would slip the puck under Ryan Miller and that’s how regulation would end as the game would head into overtime tied 1-1. The two teams would trade great chances in overtime, but Montreal defenseman Sheldon Souray would snap a wrist shot over Miller with just one second left for the 2-1 win.'