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The Bruins are facing Buffalo tonight in a division rivalry game. The Bruins are coming off of a shoot out win over the New Jersey Devils. Buffalo on the other hand has lost its last four games the last of which was in over time against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins have been dazzling and the Sabres have been awful. The Sabres made a few off season moves to try and match the Bruins physical and defensive capabilities. The Sabres tried to do this by signing tough guys Steve Ott and John Scott. In the first two games of the season Buffalo was treated like one of the toughest teams in the NHL. NBC commentators said the Sabres are a new team and a team that will be feared. But after four games the Sabres have been put back into their place as one of the softest NHL teams and now it's up to the Bruins to destroy them. The Bruins have a chance to put the Sabres in check for the rest of the season. Like any NHL team the Sabres are still risky and need to be taken seriously. 1) De...
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