Search ENP

Powered by Blogger.

Weather

Social Connect


Get it on Google Play

Follow by Email

Upcoming Events

February, 2016:

Friday, February 20

ART247 Black and White Exhibition


March, 2016:



Advertise Your Event on ENP!
More info here

Friday, October 30, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
news@eastniagarapost.com


PITTSBURGH -- The Sabres fell short of a comeback Thursday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Pittsburgh was on top of their game offensively and defensively against the Sabres, scoring four goals -- the most of the season -- while netminder Jeff Satkoff stopped 47 of 50 shots.

Pittsburgh started scoring early -- just 56 seconds into the game. Pascal Dupuis notched the goal, assisted by Sidney Crosby and Ben Lovejoy. Patric Hornqvist made it 2-0 at the 7:16 mark, assisted by Crosby and Olli Maata. Jamie McGinn brought the Sabres within a goal at 14:25, assisted by the recently called-up Tim Schaller and Rasmus Ristolainen. Nicolas Deslauriers tied it less than two minutes later, assisted by Ryan O'Reilly and Ristolainen.

The Penguins regained the lead in the second with a goal by Lovejoy at 8:18, assisted by Evgeni Malkin. At 14;57, Malkin scored to make it 4-2. Hornqvist and Phil Kessel  assisted.

Matt Moulson brought the Sabres back within a goal at 17:34 of the third period -- but it was too late for the Sabres to muster a full-fledged comback. O'Reilly and David Legwand assisted on the Moulson goal.



Catch up quick

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are always appreciated. Your comment will be reviewed for approval before being made public.