The Sabres played the worst team in the league on Tuesday, but it was
Buffalo that looked like the worst team in the league in the second
The game was tied 1-1 after one period and then the Sabres got totally dominated in the second to fall behind 3-1, but the third period was what the Sabres want to be. Read More
The highlights will show Jeff Skinner burying a rebound in overtime.
They’ll show Jack Eichel scoring on a power play to begin the third period and Lawrence Pilut waiting until the perfect moment before shooting from the point, allowing Johan Larsson to deflect the tying goal into the net. Read More
scored on the power play at 1:49 of overtime, and the Buffalo Sabres
ended a five-game losing streak with a 4-3 win against the Los Angeles
Kings at KeyBank Center on Tuesday.
Skinner got the rebound off Jack Eichel‘s initial shot in the crease and scored into an open net.
Eichel scored his fifth goal in the past three games to cut it to 3-2 on the power play at 3:47 of the third period, and Johan Larsson tied it 3-3 at 7:23 when he redirected Lawrence Pilut‘s pass in front. Read More
Jeff Skinner scored three times, including twice in the second period, to lead the Sabres 5-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center.
Buffalo went to the power play less than a minute into the game. Jake Muzzin was called for interference 17 seconds into the game. The Sabres recorded one shot on goal on their man advantage and failed to score. Marco Scandella was whistled for the first Sabres’ penalty of the game when he was called for hooking. Read More
I’ve been saying since the San Jose game ended that Jack Eichel has to be the leader that leads them out of their mini slump. On Saturday in Los Angeles, he did just that.
The new Sabres captain worked hard and by the end of the afternoon, he had three assists. You should’ve seen the work Eichel put in on Jeff Skinner’s second goal. Eichel battled along the left wing wall against three different Kings and came out with the puck. Read More
Somewhere, in the hours leading up to his first game as a Laker in Los Angeles, LeBron James might have caught word of the performance Jeff Skinner and his linemates put on at Staples Center and thought, Man, that’s a tough act to follow.
Skinner scored a hat trick to lead the Sabres to a 5-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings, bringing them to 2-2-0 with a game to go on their Pacific Division road trip and 4-4-0 on the season. Read More