The Buffalo Sabres are playing in their first round of the NHL playoffs for the second consecutive year, and they’re not playing in the same arena they won the Stanley Cup in in 2014.
The Sabres’ arena is the Pepsi Center, which is owned by the Pepsi Co., which also owns the Buffalo Bills.
The Pepsi Center is a beautiful building, and it has the largest bleacher seating capacity in the NHL.
But the Sabres are not playing there this year.
They are playing the Colorado Avalanche in Denver.
The Avalanche have played a total of seven games this season, and their opponent, the Colorado Rockies, are playing six.
They’re both in the Western Conference, and the Sabres have not played in Colorado since January 30.
The game between the Sabres and Avalanche on Wednesday, March 2, was the only game between two teams that both won the first round series.
The season is going to be short.
The Buffalo Bills have won seven games in a row.
In fact, the Sabres haven’t lost a game since October 27, when they lost to the Los Angeles Kings.
The team has been in the playoff picture for the past few years, but this season has been more difficult.
The Bills are the only team that has been eliminated in the first two rounds of the playoffs, and now they’ll be playing in Denver to face the Avalanche.
It’s been a rough few months for the Sabres.
They finished 3-11-1, and that was after a three-game losing streak.
This year they’re 3-5-0.
They have only played one playoff game, against the St. Louis Blues on March 14.
They’ve also had to overcome a loss to the Nashville Predators, who are playing their third straight game in the postseason.
But they have the best record in the league.
Buffalo is coming off a 5-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on March 3.
They also beat the Minnesota Wild 3-2.
The Blackhawks won the game 2-1.
They were led by a career-high 23 goals scored.
The Wild scored the first goal of the game, which was a two-minute power play goal by Erik Haula.
The Hawks were led in goals by Connor McDavid, who had a hat trick.
Buffalo has also had success in the last few games, winning three straight games.
They had a 2-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on March 8.
Buffalo also beat Boston College 3-1 on March 13.
The Eagles won that game 2,067-2, and won the other three games, too.
The Flyers also had a great first period against the Sabres, and had two power plays in the game.
Buffalo was the first team to score two goals in the second period against Boston College.
The third period gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead.
The teams tied at 2-2 at the end of the third period, and Buffalo went on to win the game 3-3.
They got the tying goal at 5:28 of the second.
The two goals by McDavid gave the Sabres a 2.1-to-1 lead heading into the fourth.
Buffalo got the winning goal on the power play at 13:30 of the fourth to tie the game and give the Eagles the win.
Buffalo won the next two games against Boston, but the Bruins took the series 4-3 in overtime.
Buffalo took a 2–1 series lead into overtime against the Colorado Buffaloes.
The Buffalos got the goal that gave them a 3-0 victory, but Colorado was able to score four goals in a 2:14 span.
The second goal by McLeod got the Buffalios to the game-winner at 14:40 of overtime.
Colorado had four players score for the Buffs.
They scored five goals in total, and McLeod scored one.
The first two goals of the day were scored by Connor Murphy, who scored his first career goal in overtime against Boston.
Murphy scored his second goal of overtime on March 11 against Buffalo.
McLeod also scored his third goal of OT in the series.
McDavid scored his fourth goal of Game 5 against Boston on March 15.
The other two goals were scored on the road.
The Flames got the first lead of the night in the third when McLeod and McDavid tied the game at 2:02 of the frame.
They tied it again at 3:15, but McLeod’s goal on an off-side was overturned after it was shown to be a shot from the slot.
McDonagh made a save on McLeod after the Flames tied the contest again at 5.
The Penguins led 2-one going into the final period, but it was not enough.
McEvoy tied the score with 2:17 remaining, and his goal on a shot on goal gave the Flames a 2