Play With Urgency… Not Panic


After cleaning up in Europe and starting off hot in the states the Sabres have cooled off in hockey heaven. It’s been the problem the last few years and I know it’s only a skid that has lost 3 out of 4 but there is starting to be cause for concern… maybe we should put ordering the Stanley Cup banner on hold for a little.

It’s such a weird feeling right now as a Sabres fan. This is the most complete team we’ve had since we won the President Cup in 2007 but somehow we find ourselves at 6-4. I beleive are top three lines have the most depth in the NHL and our new defensive core with Ehrhoff and Robyn Regehr has played solid. But it’s the same old same… you can’t win if you don’t score and finding the back of the net has been a problem lately.

I sit down and watch the Sabres out play team after team and then I look at the scoreboard midway through the 2nd period and realize we’re losing 1-0. How crazy is this! We’re having trouble scoring… we’ll everybody but Thomas Vanek and Jason Pominville. Things just don’t seem to add up.

Miller plays solid but still gives up just one goal to many. Vanek and Pominville will combine for 5 points and it’s still not enough some how. I still believe the Sabres are a top 5 team in the NHL and it will show as the season goes on but it’s time to start playing with urgency… not panic…yet.

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About dfetes415

Aspiring sports journalist. Current sports writer for Bylinesports.com. I believe in the Atlanta Braves, Buffalo Sabres and Tim Tebow

2 responses to “Play With Urgency… Not Panic”

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  2. Laura says :

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