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The stage was set and everything was in place Tuesday night for the Sabres to clinch the Northeast Division. Buffalo had taken two out of the first three meetings this season, but the Rangers were expected to be desperate for points.

Buffalo gave New York a severe blow by defeating them 5-2, making it look easy. The Rangers tied the game at two, but that was all they could do. Lindy Ruff stated that Buffalo was going to play well and they did just that.

The Sabres put on the pressure and the Rangers couldn’t score. Perhaps it was the man in net for the Sabres that won the game. Ryan Miller made 30 saves to earn his 40th win of the season. Miller also made arguably the save of the year on Marion Gaborik. The Rangers had a 4-on-1 opportunity, but Miller made a blocker save on the one-timer.

New York does still have a chance to make the playoffs, but they have now lost their game in hand. Tyler Ennis had a career high three points (1G, 2A) in the win Tuesday night.

After scoring three goals, the Rangers pulled Henrik Lundqvist and replaced him with Alex Auld. Neither of the goalies fared well as the Sabres would go on to win by three.

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Filed Under:   Buffalo   Playoffs   Ennis   Gaborik   Miller  
April 7, 2010 10:30 AM ET | Delete
congrats to sabres-fans for making it through this 2-year, post-driere playoff drought...congrats to the sabres for ending the drought with the n.e. division crown...congrats to darcy for the bottom-half additions (grier, monty) that got this team to win games they should've won to ensure a playoff berth (although more is needed to go further in the playoffs)...
April 7, 2010 10:32 AM ET | Delete
don't know what players will show up, save for miller and maybe pommer, but it'll be great to be able to watch and find out...
April 7, 2010 10:32 AM ET | Delete
guess there's only one thing to say right now.................SOLID!!!
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