Found March 31, 2013 on Queen City Sports:
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© Dan Hickling, Queen City Sports Despite feeling better than he did yesterday, Thomas Vanek will not make his return to the lineup for the Buffalo Sabres when they face off against Boston tonight at 7:30 from inside First Niagara Center. Vanek is still suffering from the effects from an upper body injury suffered during the team’s 2-1 loss against Tampa Bay last Tuesday. He said that he’s still not where he wants to be in order to play, citing the inability shoot, cut, and skate the way he wants. Vanek could return Tuesday for the team’s tilt against the all-star team known as the Pittsburgh Penguins. The post Thomas Vanek Out Again For Buffalo appeared first on Queen City Sports.
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