‘First, goalie Ryan Miller did not have a good night and was badly outplayed by Toronto’s Vesa Toskala. Second, Buffalo’s power play, which has been clipping along at a 20.7 percent success rate at home this year — eighth-best in the league — was simply brutal. It produced only one goal during nearly 11 minutes of man-advantage time in the first 27 minutes of the game, three of which were spent enjoying a two-man advantage, and that lack of production in effect decided the game.’
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