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Rasmus Ristolainen and Josh Gorges are going to dig pucks out of their own net. Buffalo’s top defense pair plays against the opponent’s star forwards, so it’s inevitable they’ll be beaten for a few goals against.There have been too many lately. The duo has been on the ice...Read more »
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- Sabres have another start with no jump
- Sabres fall, 5-1, as Panthers win 10th straight game
- Sabres notebook: Ullmark’s struggles continue in the net
- Nearly 44, Jagr keeps turning back the clock
- Panthers pound Sabres, 5-1
- Jerry Sullivan’s Power Take: Top Sabres priority is between the pipes
- Girgensons cashes in with linemates Gionta and Eichel
- Sabres notebook: ‘Big man’ Scott will spice up All-Star festivities
Gleason Power Take: Leaving Griffey off ballot equates to a swing and miss
Sullivan Power Take: Expanded playoff would be a win-win for college football
Gaughan Power Take: Heavy analytics dependency not the smartest idea in NFL
Harrington Nearly 44, Jagr keeps turning back the clock
Graham Offensive line has changed its reputation
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