Found February 15, 2013 on BruinsLife:
Buffalo is a nice city. Just ask the Bruins. They have to pack up and go back to Buffalo for the second time in three games, all in the same week. The last time the two teams met the Bruins beat the Sabres 3-1 and overpowered the weak Sabres team. Both teams have only played one game since their last meeting. The Bruins lost in overtime to the New York Rangers in a thrilling game in which the Bruins scored two goals with an empty net to send the game into OT. The Sabres on the other hand suffered another loss 2-0 against the Ottawa Senators. The same keys to the game as the last apply to this game except with one addition, the fact that the Bruins are about to start a 5 game road trip which will add to the keys to the game.  1) Focus on the Forwards. The Buffalo Sabres have great forwards on their team and a few years ago it looked liked they had the right defense men to match. But over time Tyler Myers hasn't lived up to expectations and Robyn Regehr hasn't been himself...
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