4.13.2007

One game at a time

Winning the Stanley Cup, in theory, is pretty straightforward. Win 16 games and you'll sip champagne. Looking ahead to that number, though, is not the secret to success. It's winning one game at a time.

If the Sabres do that -- last night's 4-1 victory over the Islanders was an excellent start -- and everything else will fall into place. It was nice, too, to see Tim Connolly play and pick up an assist on Brian Campbell's first of two goals in the game.

By the way, has everyone bought their Buffalo Hat yet?

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Anonymous JLS said...

Don't let the score mislead you. Buffalo needs to skate better and while it may be the result of the style of play the Isles brought into the game, Buffalo's game as evidenced by last nights performance won't play so well against a better opponent....as much as I am a fan and live and die with the blue and gold, I will reserve judgement until I see them play the way they are built to play. Speed, Speed, Speed...Skate!...but defensively, they did play a good game allowing Miller to see almost all shots that came his way. One down...fifteen to go

8:59 PM  
Blogger Puckhound said...

Yeah, but do you have your hockey hat?

11:17 PM  
Blogger Puckhound said...

Uh, make their your Buffalo Hat? If I had a spare $25 I'd think about it, but it woul dbe awfully warm to wear down here.

11:18 PM  

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