Buffalo Sabres Traditional Loss In Los Angeles
Death, taxes and a 2-0 loss for the Buffalo Sabres in Los Angeles. There are things that are certain in life and it seems that the Buffalo Sabres inability to score goals in Los Angeles against the Kings are a given.
The Sabres lost for the fourth straight year by a 2-0 score Thursday night. Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick made 26 saves, while the Kings oldest and youngest players scored for the Kings to keep the Sabres winless on their western road trip.
37-year old Jerome Iginla scored 36 seconds into the third period to give the Kings the lead. 20-year old Adrian Kempe scored an insurance goal with 5:20 to play and the Sabres were sunk.
Robin Lehner got the start in goal for the Sabres and made 34 saves, 15 of them in the first period where the Kings outshot the Sabres 15-2.
The Sabres continue their stay in California on Friday night when they visit Anaheim.