Wacky Wednesday

The Portland Pirates home win streak came to an end against Providence the other night as they fell in overtime. Leggio also got his first loss of the season.  The good news is Luke Adam continues to dominate is no has 10 goals and seven assists in 13 games. The Sabres monumental off season pick up… Mark Parrish has 12 points in 14 games, and is looking good. AHL lifer Mark Mancari is also putting together a good season as usual, with 16 points in 14 games.  The Portland Pirates are set to face off against Springfield tonight at 7pm. Springfield is 7-4-0, and Portland is 10-3-1 so far this season.

The Sabres won! That’s the good news. The bad news is Miller missed a couple of games, and through that stretch we were treated to mediocre goaltending from Miller’s hero Lalime, and the young Swede Enroth. However unlike Lalime, Enroth came back and played very well against Toronto and Ennis along with some nifty dekeing put an end to the losing streak. So it wasn’t the veterans that got us in the win is was the newbies, so players like Rivet, Connolly and, Neidermayer, better get their acts together. Someone who has been silently having himself a good season is Steve Montador, he’s got 8 points and is a +11, on a team full of negatives. Tyler Myers is still trying to find his way out of his slump and hopefully with James Patrick tips, will get through this little funk.  The Sabres will be holding their November food drive during several home games this month, and if you donate you get $20 off tickets, it’s a win-win!

Quick Hits…

New Jersey’s without their All-Star goalie Brodeur for some time.

St Louis is 9-1-2 this season!

Ovechkin is off to a slow start, only potting 8 goals so far.

Stamkos on the other hand has 13 goals.

A good article on Lindy’s 1000th game coming up.

All-Star game overhaul?

Did anyone see this save… by Khabibulin, who evidently still has “it.”

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