Boston Bruins Take Buffalo Sabres 5-2: Bruins, Tim Thomas Make Franchise History

November 3rd, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins continued their three game eastern road swing at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo with the Sabres who they took out of the playoffs last season. Ryan Miller and company are looking to exact some revenge for the ousting.

Buffalo has not had a great start with a 3-7-2 thus far, and have yet to win a home game this season (0-4-1).  Having lost their last three games, earning just one point in the OT loss to Atlanta, the Sabres are looking to stop the bleeding before they get too deep into the season.

2008-2009 Vezina winner Miller has not played a stellar game so far in this young season, having a record of 3-5-2, a save percentage of .903 and a GAA of 2.71.  Jhonas Enroth started the game for the Sabres as Miller is still day-to-day with a lower back injury.

The Bruins' offense has picked up significantly with 29 goals for and a league leading lowest goals against of 13.  St. Louis is the second lowest with 17.  While their offense has picked up, their defense has not changed; that is a good thing, as they were among the leaders last season with the least amount of goals allowed.

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