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  • Game 52: Senators @ Sabres

    Sens up 1-0 late in the 2nd

    Karlsson has the goal

    Sens started on fire (17-2 shot attempts), now the shots are 18-4 for Buffalo in the 2nd

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    21-4 final shots in the 2nd

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    • #3
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      Myers scores, 1-1

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      • #4
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        Michalek scores, 2-1 Sens

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          Re: Game 52: Senators @ Sabres

          We really tried hard to lose that game but still came out on top in the end. Some notes:

          - Pageau was a turnover machine
          - Lehner, despite the number of saves made, just does not inspire much confidence
          - The second period in general was a complete shambles

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          • #6
            Re: Game 52: Senators @ Sabres

            Sabres won that game in every way. They got boned so hard. Winning the draft lottery will make it all worth while though.

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            • #7
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              I don't mean to pile on Lehner every chance I get, but when the Sens were up 1-0 I thought to myself "if Lehner gets a shutout, this may be the shakey-ist shutout I've seen".

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              • #8
                Re: Game 52: Senators @ Sabres

                Originally posted by Alfie11
                I don't mean to pile on Lehner every chance I get, but when the Sens were up 1-0 I thought to myself "if Lehner gets a shutout, this may be the shakey-ist shutout I've seen".
                He's a sketchy goalie. But in his defense, he got rushed through development. Ottawa kinda pulled a DiPietro on a much smaller scale.

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                • #9
                  Re: Game 52: Senators @ Sabres

                  True. He probably should have spent an extra year in the AHL. But he was promising, was showing good progress and top end potential, and played pretty well during his stints in the NHL. He's still young and there's plenty of time to turn it around. It was odd to see armchair GMs calling him a #1 goalie, though, when he hadn't proven anything close to being a #1 goalie.

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