Another flat effort leaves Bruins in dust
Defensive mistakes, lack of offense make all the difference in loss to Sabres
BOSTON -- First, Dennis Seidenberg tried to kick-stop an airborne breakout pass from deep in the Buffalo Sabres zone, only to watch it slide along the left boards past the blue line. After that failed, the Boston Bruins defenseman kicked it back up the wall to teammate Nathan Horton, who promptly got pick-pocketed by Tyler Ennis and left Cody McCormick wide open in the high slot for the Sabres' first goal Thursday night to even the score at 1-1.
"I don't know exactly what happened on the ...
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