Found May 01, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
May Day! May Day! May Day! Although it is the first of May, today isn't the anniversary of arguably one of the Sabres' most memorable goals, when Brad May scored to finish off a 4 game sweep of the Boston Bruins. The goal happened in late April of 1993, and here's another look at it: It's bone chilling. However, the Sabres were swept by Montreal in the next round to end the season. M...
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