How to Fix the Buffalo Sabres' Power Play

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Fellow Buffalo Sabres fans: we’ve seen enough.

Oct 2, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Buffalo Sabres head coach Ron Rolston looks up at the scoreboard in the second period against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Sure, last night’s game between the Sabres and the Detroit Red Wings was just the first game of the 2103-2014 campaign for Buffalo.  And yes, this team is a work in progress.

But the Buffalo Sabres’ inability to do anything – and I mean ANYTHING – on the power play is a problem that hearkens back to last season, and I am over it.

So over it.

But I’m adopting a “glass half full” sort of attitude this year!  Rather than complain about the Sabres’ inept special teams, I am here to offer some solutions on how to make it better.

And by “better” I mean “less than so terrible that it makes me want to punch my kids in the face.”

See – glass half full!  Let’s get started!  

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