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By The The Tribune-Review
Friday, Nov. 28, 2008
 

Penguins at Sabres

7:30 p.m. · HSBC Arena · Buffalo

TV/radio: FSN Pittsburgh/WXDX (105.9 FM)

Last game: Won, 5-3, over the New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum on Wednesday.

Season series: 2nd meeting. Penguins lead season series, 1-0. Last game: Penguins 5, Sabres 2 on Nov. 15 at Mellon Arena.

About the Penguins (13-5-3, 29 pts): Have failed to score a power-play goal in six of 10 road games but have gone 4-1-1 in those contests. ... Are 7-4-0 in games when they trail entering the third period. Injuries: C/LW Max Talbot (TBD, left foot), G Marc-Andre Fleury (out, undisclosed injury), D Sergei Gonchar (out, left shoulder), D Ryan Whitney (out, left foot).

Streak: Won 1

Player to watch: RW Miroslav Satan - Only one goal in eight games and just five in 17 career contests against Sabres, his former club.

About the Sabres (10-8-3, 23 pts): Snapped five-game losing skid with a win Wednesday at Boston. C Derek Roy registered his first two-goal game of the season. Injuries: LW Thomas Vanek (probably, left thigh), RW Alex Kotalik (out, hamstring).

Player to watch: C Derek Roy - 15 goals, 44 points in 55 career games played Fridays.

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