‘"As little as a 10-foot pass that’s missed in the neutral zone early in the game, which would allow us to attack, we miss a player by a couple feet, they get the puck, they go the other way," Sabres coach Lindy Ruff said Tuesday. "It may sound simple, and it is simple. But it’s your one time to attack during a shift, and if you don’t make a good play, which is a very easy play, it allows the other team some momentum."’
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