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Sabres Ready For Tough November Schedule

  • Posted on November 4, 2009 at 1:46 pm

The Buffalo Sabres roared out to a 8-2-1 record in the month of October. October has not been the issue for the Sabres in recent years, they’ve excelled early in most seasons since the lockout. November has been a different story the past two seasons.

November has proved to be a key month for the Sabres over the past four years. Last season the Sabres went just 5-7-1 in November after a successful October, and the rest of the season went into the tank. The 2007-2008 season was much of the same, with the Sabres only going  6-6-1.

This month the Sabres have an opportunity to get some separation from teams in the Eastern Conference, but it won’t be easy. In a scheduling oddity, the Sabres play every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday in the month of November. That gives the team four sets of back-to-back games.

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Bills CB McGee, S Byrd undergo bye week procedures

  • Posted on November 4, 2009 at 11:09 am

The 3-5 Buffalo Bills are on their bye week, and as is common during an NFL team’s bye week, the banged up Bills are attempting to get healthy.  For two key Bills defenders, that meant undergoing medical procedures.

ESPN.com is reporting via the AP that starting cornerback Terrence McGee had his knee scoped on Monday, and is expected to miss roughly two weeks of action.  McGee hurt his knee in a Week 4 loss to Miami, but despite being forced to miss some practice time due to the injury, McGee still made four straight starts after the injury.  There is a chance McGee might not be ready for the Bills’ next game, a November 15 road date with the Tennessee Titans.

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