I didn't watch, only listened on the radio as the stream kept dying on me, so you'll have to refer to thefeebster or Tiranis or donttouchme for a more accurate analysis but from what I heard he played a big game tonight. I heard his name even more than Corrado's and not in a bad way, although that doesn't mean Corrado was bad either. I think Sauve is prone to some bad turnovers but he also broke up a few plays tonight and even got involved in the offense. In the games I did watch against Rochester he looked solid as well.
Again, the posters who have watched every game can give you more insight, though.