Following seven straight games away from KeyBank Center, the Buffalo Sabres returned to their home ice on Tuesday night and lost 7-4 to the Winnipeg Jets. Phil Housley was quite blunt when speaking afterwards in saying that the fans who came out to watch them deserved more.
Sure, Housley admitted that the Sabres could have used a save early, and Robin Lehner accepted responsibility for allowing three goals on 17 shots in 21:07 of ice time. But the greater problem, according to the Sabres coach, was the reoccurring lack of urgency the team has shown defensively. Read More