Buffalo Sabres’ Youth Leads Team in Win Over Dallas Stars

March 10th, 2010 by Matthew Hogan Leave a reply »

The Buffalo Sabres extended their win streak to three games on Wednesday night with a 5-3 win over the visiting Dallas Stars.

Leading the way for the Sabres were the young guns. Tyler Myers, Mark Mancari, and Patrick Kaleta all had big games for Buffalo.

Myers, who has looked a little flat since the Olympic break, had arguably his best game of the season. The 6’8” rookie had a career-high four points and was a career-best plus-four.

“It’s always nice to have a breakout game like that when you get that many goals,” Myers told the Associated Press after the victory.

After allowing several players to climb back into the Calder Trophy race for Rookie of the Year, Myers made it clear tonight that he was not going to let that slip away.

“He’s been an important piece to our team,” h ...

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