Sabres lose possession battle (again) but defeat Islanders, 4-3

February 9, 2018
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Last night’s matchup between the Buffalo Sabres and New York Islanders was a tale of two teams on completely opposite ends of the spectrum. The Islanders came into the game as the highest scoring team at 5-on-5 while the Sabres were the lowest. To add insult to injury, the Sabres had failed to score at 5-on-5 in their last four…

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Michael Ghofrani
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Michael Ghofrani has been working on finding hockey statistics that can break down and explain certain game events. He's also a Sabres follower from Toronto doing his best to fend off Leafs Nation.

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