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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jason Pominville
For all their accomplishments so far _ the record-breaking start, the Presidents' Trophy, the individual honors _ the Chicago Blackhawks know this is the time of year that will define their season. They said the same thing all along.
Ron Rolston has little time to worry that his job title with the Buffalo Sabres is no different than his current place of residence: They're both temporary.
Coach Dale Hunter billed it as not just a playoff game, but like a "Game 7" of a playoff series. It's a mantra that begs for play as if there's no tomorrow.
It was the final straw for Bruce Boudreau's Washington Capitals, a 5-1 loss on Nov. 26 at the Buffalo Sabres, who were missing nine regulars. The Sabres were more or less their minor-league affiliate, the Rochester Americans.
The Washington Capitals put on a listless, lethargic and lackluster performance in a 4-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night at First Niagara Center.
Marcus Johansson scored the go-ahead goal 9:40 into the third period, tipping in Mathieu Perreault's shot from the left circle, to spark the slumping Washington Capitals to a 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.
Thomas Vanek finds it hard to believe it took the Buffalo Sabres four months to enjoy their first three-game winning streak.
Eager to show he's fully recovered from a concussion, Sabres forward Jason Pominville went out of his way to tangle with teammate Paul Gaustad along the boards in practice Monday.
A day after watching teammate Jason Pominville carted off the ice on a stretcher, Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller urged the NHL on Tuesday to "change the culture" and send a message that blind-side hits are not acceptable.
Buffalo Sabres right wing Jason Pominville was carted off on a stretcher after being hit into the boards from behind by Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson in the first period of the Blackhawks' 4-3 win over Buffalo on Monday night.
Jason Pominville scored the deciding goal midway through the third period, lifting the Buffalo Sabres to a 2-1 preseason win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
"I understand the business of things," Pominville told reporters in Buffalo. "I understand [GM Darcy Regier] has a job to do and he's trying to do his best to do what's best for the team and the franchise."
"I understand the business of things," Pominville told reporters in Buffalo. "I understand [GM Darcy Regier] has a job to do and he's tying to do his best to do whats best for the team and the franchise."