The Sabres and Bruins face off again tonight, their second game together in three days. The last time they played the last place Sabres beat the not-last-place Bruins 4-2 thanks to big efforts from Marcus Foligno, Brian Flynn, and even a goal from Drew Stafford (I know!)
Tonight, the Sabres will have to face Boston again without Cody Hodgson, who will be out for a few weeks thanks to an upper body injury suffered on Thursday. The newly acquired Linus Omark will take his place, though Ted Nolan would not say where.
It's Sabres/Bruins, Part II, tonight in Boston.
(9-23-3) vs. (23-10-2)
Puck Drop - 7:00pm EST - TD Garden - Boston, MA
TV - MSG, Bell, NESN | Radio - WGR 550-AM
SBNation Bruins Blog - Stanley Cup of Chowder
2. Tuukka Rask has been surprisingly awful in his career against Buffalo. Will the Sabres continue to haunt his dreams?
Rask is 0-4-1 in his last five contests against the Sabres, with a 4.25 GAA to boot. And the Sabres did score 4 goals in their last game. Hmm....
Projected BUF Lines
Matt Moulson - -
- Matt D'Agostini
Goal: Ryan Miller
Scratches/Injuries: Ellis, McCormick, Ruhwedel, Grigorenko
Projected BOS Lines
Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Jarome Iginla
Reilly Smith - Patrice Bergeron - Brad Marchand
Carl Soderberg - Ryan Spooner - Nick Johnson
Jordan Caron - Gregory Campbell - Craig Cunningham
Zdeno Chara - Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg - Torey Krug
Matt Bartkowski - David Warsofsky