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5 Reasons to like the Sabres playoff chances

  • Posted on April 10, 2010 at 11:00 am

5) The East is weak

To give you an idea about how weak the Eastern Conference has become, if you were to take the Sabres point totals of the last two seasons and compare them to this year’s standings, the Sabres would be in the driver seat between the 6th and 7th spots for the playoffs. All of the playoff teams have weaknesses. And we aren’t talking about whether the 4th line can produce. From the Capitols and Senators goaltending issues to the Flyers duck taping together their injury ridden roster, everyone has a major weakness.

Even though the teams seem to be weak, the one thing the majority of these teams aren’t lacking is star power. From Kovalchuk, to Crosby, to Ovechkin, if any of these players get hot, look out. Of course, the Sabres have their own superstar in Ryan Miller (more on him later). In the end, in such a weak conference, all you need is a couple of players to get really hot to make a run for the cup.

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Bisons rally to defeat Yankees, 7-6

  • Posted on April 10, 2010 at 10:03 am

The Bisons offense broke through for the first time in 2010 and came storming back from an early deficit to collect the first victory of the young season.

Jason Pridie’s two-out, two-run single capped a furious late-inning comeback as the Herd defeated the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, 7-6, Friday night at PNC Field.

The Yanks shut out the Bisons in the first game of the season on Thursday night, 1-0. Twenty-four hours later, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre held the Herd to just two hits over the first five innings in building a 6-2 lead.

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