‘“I was happy to score a goal of course but I’m more disappointed for the team,” said Sekera, a 21-year-old native of the Czech Republic. “We didn’t deserve [to win] because we didn’t play very well.”’
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‘The Sabres are winless in their last 11 games against St. Louis — including eight loses in regulation — and haven’t beaten the Blues at home in more than 12 years.’
‘Brad Boyes scored with 57.5 seconds left in regulation, as the Blues came away with a 4-3 victory over Buffalo and continued their domination of the Sabres.’
‘The Blues scored three goals in the third period to give them the 4-3 win at HSBC Arena Wednesday night.’
‘”You don’t see this team at all,” said Ales Kotalik, who scored his fifth goal of the season midway through the second period. “It’s not an excuse, but you really don’t know what [style] they are playing. It’s tough to get any kind of preparation for a team like this.”‘
‘Before tonight’s game, the Sabres were 7-0-0 when leading after two periods.’
Amerks expected to stay in Rochester (Rochester D&C)
Amerks and Knighthawks offer Holiday Packages (Amerks.com)
Sabres-Amerks affiliation talks dominate early season (LetsGoSabres.com)
‘“We knew the breaks would come our way eventually, and everyone here knows that this is a much better team than it was a month ago, myself included,” said Miller. “I would definitely give us a good grade, and even though the standings don’t bear that out right now, I would say that this division is still very much up for grabs.”’
'Don't look now, but the "other" team in Buffalo has won five straight hockey games. Now that the Bills have regained a losing record, it won't be long before a debate ensues over whether Buffalo is a Bills-first town, or a Sabres-first town. It's funny how winning (or losing) does that.'