Buffalo Sabres: How the Rest of the Season Will Play Out

February 22nd, 2010 by Matthew Hogan Leave a reply »

With the Olympics in full swing, there isn’t much news from the Buffalo Sabres—but that isn’t going to stop me from writing about them.

It’s been a while since I’ve made some bold predictions—so I am going to attempt to predict exactly where the Sabres will finish in the Eastern Conference and what their record will be at the end of the regular season.

Currently, the Sabres are 33-18-9 and are seeded fifth in the East and second in the Northeast division.

The 33-18-9 record means that there are how many games left? That’s right, 22 all you math majors.

Before I go any further, I am predicting the Sabres’ final record based on the current roster and tendencies that Head Coach Lindy Ruff has shown throughout the season. I am not responsible for any trades—please get rid of Patrick Lalime—and/or any injuries that take place from ...

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