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Monday, February 9, 2015

BUFFALO — Scoring two goals on every 10 shots you take is a pretty decent percentage. But when you only take 10 shots in a game, it won't lead to a decent winning percentage.

The Buffalo Sabres found that out the hard way as they lost Sunday to the visiting New York Islanders by a score of 3-2.

The Islanders scored the game's first three goals on shots by Colin McDonald at 16:19 of the first period, Anders Lee at 10:20 of the second, and Mikhail Grabovski at 11:22 of the second. The Sabres tried a comeback with goals by Marcus Foligno and Drew Stafford at 12:33 and 14:57 of the second period, respectively.

With the loss, the Sabres are now 16-35-3 on the year, putting them squarely at the bottom of the league.

The Blue & Gold play again Tuesday when the Ottawa Senators come to town.

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