Found November 05, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
After the first period in which the Flames were outshot 18-8 and Henrik Karlsson stopped 17 of those 18 shots, one would have hoped that the Flames would be able to bounce-back and attempt to repay their goaltender, who single-handedly was keeping his team in the game as they struggled to find their groove. A 19-9 advantage in the shots by the Sabres in the second period would certainly imply that...
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