After a week full of Eichelpalooza and all it looked like it would mean going forward, the brakes have to be applied in a way that will make Sabres fans cringe. June 1, 2006. There. Said it. Sorry. You might not automatically remember the date, but you know what happened. It was Game Seven of the Eastern
There were most definitely nerves. He had been in Buffalo just 12 hours, an emergency recall from juniors, and at 19 Brendan Guhle was suiting up for his first NHL game. But in his first shift he had a shot on goal. "Yeah that was pretty cool," Guhle said with a smile. And soon he realized
David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron scored to give Boston a 2-0 lead and the Bruins improved to 3-0-1 in their past four. Evander Kane scored his first goal of the season for Buffalo. Robin Lehner returned after missing one game with a hip injury and made 32 saves.