26 this weekend against Pittsburgh. He clearly isn't leading the league in points and goals by chance. The Sabres are five goals better than their opponents when Vanek is on the ice this year. Key Matchup: Marc-Andre Fleury vs. Ryan MillerAssuming Dan Bylsma stays with the hot hand in the crease on Sunday, Marc-Andre Fleury should get his third straight start for the Penguins. Across the ice in goal for Buffalo will be the talented Ryan Miller, who's made five straight appearances for the Sabres. Miller (. 916) and Fleury (.
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Here we'll get you set with everything you need to know for Sunday's regular-season showdown. Where: First Niagara Center, Buffalo, N. Y. When: Sunday, Feb. 17 at 12:30 p. m. ETWatch: NBCLive Streaming: NHL GameCenterKey Injuries (according to USA Today)Penguins: No significant injuries. Sabres: D Andrej Sekera (doubtful, leg) and C Ville Leino (out, hip)Penguins Player to Watch: James NealPittsburgh left winger James Neal is currently the NHL's leading goal scorer, with 11 through 15 games (tied with Buffalo's Thomas Vanek through Friday). Three of his goals have come in the team's last two wins over Ottawa and Winnipeg, which means he's riding momentum into Sunday's battle with Buffalo. Neal's 22. 9 shooting percentage is perhaps his most impressive mark this season, as his career percentage is right around 12.
Columbus Blue JacketsVideo: LIVE: BLUE JACKETS VS. SABRES PRESEASON GAME 7 p. com within the local broadcast market (Dan Dunleavy and Rob Ray on the call with Brian Duff and Martin Biron featured during pregame, intermissions and postgame) Radio: WGR 550Tuesday, October 5 at Pittsburgh Penguins 7 p. faceoff from PPG Paints Arena TV: MSG (AT&T Sports feed) Radio: WGR 550Saturday, October 9 vs. Detroit Red Wings 3 p. faceoff from KeyBank Center Tickets are on sale now TV: MSG (Dan Dunleavy and Rob Ray on the call with Brian Duff and Martin Biron featured during pregame, intermissions and postgame) Radio: WGR 550Buffalo will open the regular season on October 14 at home against the Montreal Canadiens.
915) rank 14th and 15th respectively in save percentage this season, but Fleury (2. 27) boasts a better goals-against average than Miller (2. 82). But to be fair, Miller has faced over 170 more shots than Fleury this season and saved nearly 160 more shots than the Pens' netminder. Individually, the edge goes to Miller, but considering the talent playing in front of him, Fleury will be at an advantage in Buffalo on Sunday.
faceoff from Little Caesars Arena Streaming: Sabres. com within the local broadcast market (Red Wings feed) Radio: WGR 550Friday, October 1 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins 7 p. faceoff from KeyBank Center Tickets are on sale now Streaming: Sabres. com within the local broadcast market (Dan Dunleavy and Rob Ray on the call with Brian Duff and Martin Biron featured during pregame, intermissions and postgame) Radio: WGR 550Monday, October 4 vs.
9. Be sure to look out for Neal during Pittsburgh power-play situations on Sunday afternoon, as seven of his 11 goals came when the Pens had a man advantage. Sabres Player to Watch: Thomas VanekThomas Vanek, Buffalo's veteran left winger, is leading the NHL in points (23) and goals (11) so far this season despite having failed to score a single point in each of Buffalo's last three games. He has 11 goals and 12 assists in 14 appearances (through Friday). Vanek has had seven shots on goal over the course of the Sabres' last three games but has been unable to cash in. Still, it's only a matter of time until he does, and that's why fans should be keeping an eye out for No.
Dan Dunleavy and Rob Ray will have the radio call for each game on WGR 550. Here's how to catch all six preseason games: Tuesday, September 28 at Columbus Blue Jackets 7 p. m. faceoff from Nationwide Arena Streaming: Sabres. com within the local broadcast market (Blue Jackets feed) Radio: WGR 550Thursday, September 30 at Detroit Red Wings 7:30 p.