Maybe, just maybe, the Sabres really are starting to figure things out. It's not easy to beat the Anaheim Ducks nowadays, but Buffalo managed to do just that Wednesday night. The Sabres got another impressive performance by Ryan Miller and goals by Derek Roy and Brad Boyes to shoot down the high-flying Ducks, 2-0. "There's good hockey being played for sure," said Miller, who made 43 saves to set a franchise regular-season record for most stops in a shutout. The victory ran the Sabres' streak without a regulation loss to six games (4-0-2). They are 9-3-3 in their last 15 games, finally showing a propensity toward victory that fans had expected since the offseason.
Miller makes 43 saves as Sabres cool off Ducks
Buffalo News | Mar 1