‘The message was clear after the Buffalo Sabres’ boring 2-1 overtime victory over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday: low-scoring hockey is back in the NHL, so get used to it. It might’ve been the first time this season the Sabres gutted out a tight-checking contest, but it won’t be the last. “There’s going to be a lot of it this year,” Sabres goalie Ryan Miller said. “That’s the way the league’s kind of shifting.”‘
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