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Friday, March 28, 2014
The Buffalo Sabres road trip lasted one game too long, as the team couldn't keep up with the Nashville Predators Thursday night.

Scoring four goals in the first period — and chasing Sabres' goaltender Matt Hackett from the net in doing so — the Predators cruised to a 6-1 victory over the visiting Sabres, who were on their fifth game of a five-game road trip.

The Predators' scoring started 6:26 into the first as Colton Sissons scored his first of the year on a wrist shot. Colin Wilson notched his eighth of the year five minutes and 18 seconds later. Calle Jarnkrok made it 3-0 a mere 9 seconds later. It was Jarnkrok's first goal of the 2013-2014 season as well. Shea Weber rounded out the first period scoring at 19:17, scoring a power play goal on a slapshot.

The Sabres mustered a mere four shots in the first period while the Predators had four goals on 15 shots.

The second period started with a sign of life from the Blue and Gold as Rasmus Ristolainen made it 4-1, 2:06 into the period with a slap shot of his own. It would be the Sabres only goal of the night, however.

Weber scored his second of the night and 20th of the season at 6:19 with a slapshot, and Eric Nystrom finished the scoring with a goal at 19:20 of the third period. It was his 14th of the year.

With the loss, the Sabres are now 20-45-8 on the season. They play at home on Saturday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Former Sabres goaltender Dominik Hasek will be honored with a spot in the Sabres Hall of Fame prior to the game.



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