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Sabres 08'-09' season foreshadowing:good or bad?

Posted on: April 28, 2008 4:11 pm
 
How will the Sabres do this upcoming season??? will they win the division?? come in second to Ottawa??? Have a miserable season and come in last??

My Prediction for next year: Montreal- 57-25

  Ottawa- 50-32

  Buffalo- 49-33

  Boston- 47-35

  Toronto- 38-44

This upcoming year will be interesting. I bet the top three teams in this division will make the playoffs. The Stanley Cup finals is unpredictable!

Category: NHL
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Since: Feb 8, 2009
Posted on: February 8, 2009 9:27 pm
 

Sabres 08'-09' season foreshadowing:good or bad?

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Since: Aug 12, 2008
Posted on: October 11, 2008 3:51 pm
 

Sabres 08'-09' season foreshadowing:good or bad?

I hate to agree but i think your standings might be pretty close. I'm hoping my Bruins can do better than last year. Buffalo should be just as good as last year. I think goaltending is going to be key for the B's this year. They spent too much money on Manny Fernandez and then he gets hurt. Tim Thomas looked decent in net on thursday nite but it was only the first game. Might have to order the Center Ice package so i can get the B's out here in Phoenix.

well Sabre, here's to a good hockey season

later

Madtanker




Since: Sep 3, 2008
Posted on: September 29, 2008 7:43 pm
 

Sabres 08'-09' season foreshadowing:good or bad?

 It may be too early to tell,but I think Bufalo has a small chance to  win the division. They just haven't recovered from losing Drury and Briere. They're going to need their young players to step up their game a couple levels for them to have a chance to make the playoffs.



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