Vancouver's Roberto Luongo has been outstanding between the pipes lately at Rogers Arena.
Buffalo's Ryan Miller has been exceptional in goal regardless of the venue.
Luongo and Miller will likely be in net Saturday night in Vancouver as the Western Conference-leading Canucks go for a fifth straight home win in a matchup with a Sabres team coming off back-to-back shutout victories.
After closing a six-game road trip with a couple of tough losses, Vancouver (41-16-8) opened a season-high seven-game homestand with a 2-0 win over St. Louis on Thursday. Alex Burrows scored his 23rd goal early in the third period, Chris Higgins added an empty-netter and Luongo stopped 29 shots to record his third shutout.
The victory prevented the Blues from leaping over the Canucks in the race for the Presidents' Trophy. It also helped Vancouver regain some confidence after it allowed third-period comebacks in Sunday's 3-2 overtime defeat to Dallas and Tuesday's 2-1 shootout loss in Phoenix.