Nov 15, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Toronto Maple Leafs right wing David Clarkson (71) and Buffalo Sabres center Steve Ott (9) are separated by linesman Brian Mach (78) during the third period at First Niagara Center. Sabres beat the Leafs 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Sabres - Toronto Maple Leafs: Fan Chatter

All right, Buffalo Sabres fans:

The last time the Sabres played the Leafs, things got chippy, Toronto acted like a bunch of punks, and I got jumped like a narc at a biker rally after posting my piece about how embarrassing the Leafs had acted on the ice this season.

Forget the records of the two teams; the Sabres are rebuilding, and we know the talent on Toronto’s team is greater than the talent of Buffalo’s. My point was simply that winning doesn’t give you the right to act like a bunch of cowards and cheap-shot artists IF you also want to be a respected team in the NHL.  The Leafs will win more games than the Sabres this season, obviously, but I don’t like some of the shenanigans they are displaying on the ice.

That could all change tonight, granted, so I am not going to trash the team before the game is played.  However, given how badly I was swarmed by rude Leafs fans two weeks ago, I kind of hope the Sabres win tonight just so I can start yet another international incident (especially if things get chippy)!

Just try and have my back this time, okay?  Ha!

Questions to consider:

1. Who gets tossed from the game tonight?

2. Can the Sabres finally score 5 goals, to shut super-fan Jes up?!?

3. How many shifts does John Scott play?

Leave your answers to these questions, plus any other predictions you may have about tonight’s action, down below, or @theamazingMrS!  Let’s go Sabres, and come at me, Canada!

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