Buffalo Sabres Solid Performance Helps Beat Toronto Maple Leafs

November 26th, 2010 by Kevin Freiheit Leave a reply »
The Buffalo Sabres came out of the locker room sporting their vintage third jerseys, but as the players looked up in the stands, there was a good chance they were seeing just as much blue and white as blue and gold.

The Sabres put on a solid performance for their fans, defeating Toronto 3-1 Friday at HSBC arena.

The fans were easily drawn into the game early on, due to the high-intensity action.

Patrick Kaleta drilled Nikolai Kulemin into the boards and then got into a scrap with Luke Schenn. Just 30 seconds later, Colton Orr began a line brawl by jumping Paul Gaustad. Orr received six minutes for roughing, giving the Sabres a four minute power play.

The Sabres defense continued to help the offense, just as is have been doing all season. Buffalo capitalized with Jordan Leopold’s sixth goal of the season. With the goal, the Sabres have scored on their first shot in two of the last three games.

Just over a minute later, Vanek ripped a shot past Jonas Gustavsson, putting the Sabres up 2-0. The goal now ties Derek Roy for the team lead with nine.

The Sabres outshot the Maple Leafs 16-5 in the opening period. ...

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