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Sounds of the game… Bruins 7, Sabres 4

11.19.08 at 9:08 pm ET
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One sign of a really good team that believes it can go deep into the playoffs is finding out early in the season that it can win games in many different ways. The Boston Bruins are proving just that. They won back-to-back 1-0 games against Edmonton and Vancouver. They won a hard-fought 3-2 decision on the road on Monday night in Toronto. They lost defenseman Andrew Ference with a fractured right leg and were without Marco Sturm, out with an upper body injury. And, to the admission of center Marc Savard, they came out sluggish on Wednesday night against Buffalo after getting a day off on Tuesday. After falling behind 4-2 midway through the first period, the light went on, the red light behind Sabres goalie Ryan Miller – five straight times to be exact as the Bruins prevailed 7-4, their 10th win in 12 games, a stretch that has seen them capture 21 of a possible 24 points.

Zdeno Chara scored twice on the power play with two haymaker slap shots from the point.

Chara said the team is happy but not satisfied right now with the way they’re winning games.

Head coach Claude Julien is happy that Chara broke out with a big night.

Julien said it wasn’t a beautiful win but he’ll take it.

Patrice Bergeron said the team overcame slow start.

Bergeron on winning 10 games in a 12-game stretch.

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