Tuesday, May 15, 2007

It's not the size of the man in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the man.

That being said, a good big man will beat a good little man every single time.

And that's what happened last night in Ottawa.

I didn't expect to see this.

Still, if there was one team in the NHL that could come back from a 3-0 deficit, it's the Buffalo Sabres.

All year, every game, this team has come back from the dead, over and over again.

It's right around this time of year that legends start showing their stripes, and if somebody in Buffalo doesn't step up, we're looking at Daniel Alfredsson, Conn Smythe winner. And you know why? Cause he's doing what he does, and is ALSO playing great defense,hitting, and forechecking.

I'm only saying that because a penalty killing unit can't be an MVP.

You can't ask any more from Ryan Miller, so it's not on him, and we have yet to see Buffalo play a complete game in these playoffs. I'm sure they have one in them, but do they have four?

In case there are any Sabres out there are wondering how to stage a comeback, here's a hint:

don't overthink it.

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