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GDT: 2/28/20 Sabres @ Golden Knights 10pm ET, MSG and WGR550

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I have noticed we play a much better game these days And great effort but we still persistently make bonehead plays defensively and we lack skill and goal scorers. We are 4-5 players away yet of competing with playoff level teams.  

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Just now, darksabre said:

Vesey has played 300 NHL games? How? 

Just like the rest of us:  One leg at a time.

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They all could be better, Every last one of them, including the coaching. Its just not enough no matter how you add it up 

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I definitely should have pumped the breaks on that "strong finish, meaningful games" stuff..

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Game.   Miller and Hutton both out of position.

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4 minutes ago, SwampD said:

Hey look, Eichel floating again.

He's been bad

3 minutes ago, dudacek said:

I’m sorry, @thorny, but Ras has two chances to shut that down and he didn’t.

It is definitely not as egregious of a play as skating right by the open man and doing literally nothing, which is what Olofsson did. 

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8 minutes ago, darksabre said:

Did Skinner pick up Hutton's stick and give it back to him? Isn't that illegal?

National Hockey League rules indicate that a goaltender who has dropped his stick cannot have his teammate return the stick to him by sliding or throwing it. This results in a two-minute minor penalty to the player who handed the stick to the goaltender. The stick can only be returned to him by picking it up and handing it to him. A goaltender who has broken his stick can continue to play with it until the play stops. During play, a teammate can also hand him a new stick. A goaltender often needs his stick to make critical saves so one of his teammates will often hand him a regular player's stick until a play stoppage.

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Just now, bob_sauve28 said:

Hard to win without great goaltending 

I'm not going to pin the first two on Hutton--those both were the children of bad defending and a lazy center--but that third one is on him.

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Just now, bob_sauve28 said:

Hard to win without great goaltending 

Sabres don't even get good goaltending

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Hutton could have been better but Miller got schooled on the 3rd one.

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A bad Risto tendency, the needless flip to the opponent when he had time, and we never touched the puck again, they grabbed it and made a beeline for our net and scored

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