I, like many other Sabres’ fans, was disappointed with the result of the team’s playoff game against the Flyers.
I was not expecting a 4-2 loss in the third game of a playoff series, especially after the Sabres stole one of the first two games in Philadelphia, bringing home a split.
The atmosphere in and outside of HSBC Arena was great. Fans inside were excited for the first playoff game of the Terry Pegula-era and those who couldn’t get tickets battled through cold, wind and snow to show their support at the Party in the Plaza.
Unfortunately, the Sabres lost and did what the weather couldn’t – dampened the spirits of their fans.
The Sabres blew a glorious opportunity to seize control of the series. They could’ve gone up 2-1 with a chance to take a commanding 3-1 lead at home on Wednesday, but instead will be fighting to return to Philly for with the series tied.
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