Found November 24, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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It’s not a secret the Sabres need help scoring. It’s also not a secret who needs to supply the help. Matt Moulson and Drew Stafford, expected to make up two-thirds of Buffalo’s top line this afternoon against Detroit, have goose eggs in the goal column lately. Moulson is stuck in a 10-game drought. Stafford has gone seven games without a goal and has just one in the past 18. That’s obviously trouble for a team languishing at the bottom of the NHL. “We’ve got to bear down, myself especially,” Moulson said Saturday. “It seems like we’re getting those in-tight shots, and you’ve got to find a way to score in this league. Myself, I think I’ve had some good looks over the last couple games and haven’t been able to put it in. I’ve got to keep working to get those chances. Good chances don’t come easy in the NHL.” In Buffalo, goals don’t come easily. The Sabres are averaging just 1.67 goals per game to rank 30th in the 30-team league. Carolina is 29th at 1.91. No one else is under
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