Nov 27, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Buffalo Sabres defenseman Alexander Sulzer (52) takes down Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty (67) in front of goalie Ryan Miller (30) during the third period at First Niagara Center. Canadiens beat the Sabres 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Sabres - Canadiens: Fan Chatter

Remember a few days ago, when I shared the fact that I had barely been able to watch hockey during the Sabres four-game hiatus, and that I was excited to

see the Buffalo play the New York Rangers on Thursday night?

Well, I’m ready for another break again!

Just kidding . . . sort of.

The Sabres are in Montreal tonight to square off against the Canadiens, and it goes without saying that the Sabres have a tough task on their hands if their goal is tow win a game tonight.  Montreal currently has an 18-9-3 record and 39 points, 8th-best in the NHL; meanwhile, at the rate the Sabres are going, they won’t hit 18 wins or 39 points by the end of the season.  I might be exaggerating a little – but just a little.  Even when the Sabre s play well, it is abundantly clear that they don’t have enough talent to win games in the NHL night in and night out.  Remain competitive, yes; win, not so much.

But we here at Sabre Noise will not be beaten down!  Personally, I strive to remain positive even if the Sabres are destined to complete the worst seasoon in the NHL history!  Let’s discuss:

1. Uh, anyone score for Buffalo tonight?

2. How long will I last before I either fall asleep or begin searching for anything remotely interesting to watch?  I mean, I almost watched The Sound of Music Thursday, for goodness sake!

Lemme hear ya!!!!!!!!!!

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