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03-20-2011, 06:35 PM
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Can somebody put a "First Aid For Choking" poster up in the locker room?

Good: Ennis, Connolly, Gerbe
Bad: Everything Else

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The Good -

- The first 55 minutes were pretty good, lots of chances, solid D, some strong 'tending.
- They got a point...

The Bad -

- The whole team just fell apart at the end.
- Five minutes of bad hockey from key players cost them the game.

The Ugly -

- The midgets tonight were mental ones.
- Blown opportunities. Tom scores on his chances? Not an OT game. And then he's not fishing in the OT, nor is Myers-Sekera standing around leaving people uncovered. That was just crap.
- Sekera on the second goal.
- Miller unable to cover on the second goal.

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G: A point out of this game.

B: A point out of this game.

U: Miller. He is better than this. And if he's not, get him out.

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Vanek needs to stop hanging his head. He's been playing fairly well, but after every missed goal he seems to kind of flop into the boards, or stop moving for half a second. is anyone else seeing this? It seems like it's getting worse the more close misses he has....

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I think this name better, so I'll post in this GBU.

I expressed my opinion in the GDT, so I'll just go with the...

Good:

1 point better than 0 points
Connolly is getting better and better
Pominville played the game of his life
Gerbe, Gaustad, and McCormick were dominant down low
All 6 defenseman were great until OT....
Ennis and Gerbe are still red hot

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Frustratingly unlucky loss...

UGLY: Vanek! WTF GIVES! Score on ONE of your 3-4 glorious chances!!!

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Vanek needs to stop hanging his head. He's been playing fairly well, but after every missed goal he seems to kind of flop into the boards, or stop moving for half a second. is anyone else seeing this? It seems like it's getting worse the more close misses he has....
I don't see that at all. Look at the two-on-one with Pominville late where he regain possession and quickly turned back to the slot. If he was moping like you're implying, that wouldn't have been the case.

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If Vanek scored on his chances the past couple games he'd be sitting at 40 on the season. Cripes.

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I thought Miller played well and made a lot of good saves. But man I have never seen him bolt off the ice faster. The goal light went on and Miller was halfway to the locker room.

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Ugh - I wasn't able to get home and flip on the game until halfway through the 3rd.

I shouldn't have even bothered.

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G: A point out of this game.

B: A point out of this game.

U: Miller. He is better than this. And if he's not, get him out.
miller is less than average this season ,he is really eractic mentally as he will make the diffucult stop then let in goals he should have it is a mental thing for sure .

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I thought Miller played well and made a lot of good saves. But man I have never seen him bolt off the ice faster. The goal light went on and Miller was halfway to the locker room.
Looked like Dom after the Darius Kasparaitis goal in '01....

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I thought Miller played well and made a lot of good saves. But man I have never seen him bolt off the ice faster. The goal light went on and Miller was halfway to the locker room.
He pulled a Tim Thomas.

Classic City of Buffalo loss.

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G:
They played great for 57 minutes

B:
The last 3 minutes
Vanek not finishing. He was great otherwise.

U:
Sekera on the second goal and leaving his man wide open in the slot in OT. Bad form Rej, very, very bad form.

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Millsy gon' pick that sh** up come playoff time. BOOK IT.

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Ugh - I wasn't able to get home and flip on the game until halfway through the 3rd.

I shouldn't have even bothered.
So you're the one that through off the karma

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I don't see that at all. Look at the two-on-one with Pominville late where he regain possession and quickly turned back to the slot. If he was moping like you're implying, that wouldn't have been the case.
Look earlier in the game, at the shots where I think he was stopped more on good saves than a bad play by him. I feel like it's happened since the breakaway miss a couple games back where he kind of slid into the boards and look like he hit them.

I am not saying it's on every single play. I'm saying I think it's happening.

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Maybe one of the locker room reporters will get a chance to ask Miller why he darted off the ice, unless his goal was to get out of there as fast as possible to avoid talking to them.

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He pulled a Tim Thomas.

Classic City of Buffalo loss.
I was thinking the same thing

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Pretty happy about getting 3 out of 4 this weekend.

My hate level is going down already.

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Pretty happy about getting 3 out of 4 this weekend.
Me too even though tonight was an ugly way to get one point

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I thought Miller played well and made a lot of good saves. But man I have never seen him bolt off the ice faster. The goal light went on and Miller was halfway to the locker room.
He played like garbage. NHL goaltenders don't let goal #2 and #3 happen. He lost his focus at the end of the game and it cost us.

Then his teammates hang him out to dry in the OT. I'm surprised he didn't break something.

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Disappointing loss, but on the bright side, the Sabres are 3 points up on the Canes with even games played.

Truthfully as long as they keep getting points out of these games, I don't really care what happens. As long as they make the playoffs I'm happy. This is something that will hopefully remind them that they can't take a shift off, and they'll be better for it.

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What's the time table on Montador? I knew he messed up his finger last night when it got caught in the door.

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