7:00 PM

HSBC Arena
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It’s the first of two difficult back-to-back games for the Pens.
They’re in Buffalo tonight and in New Jersey tomorrow night.
Of course, the team had a few issues getting to Buffalo yesterday.
The team bus got stuck in the snow and needed to be pushed out….
… by the team’s coaching and support staff.

“We were two blocks away and we needed to get out of there. That meant that most of us got out and pushed the bus… Actually the two players were Sergei Gonchar and Marc-Andre Fleury who made it out… They will be starting tonight… I was a little concerned when it was a full-speed bus and Matt Cooke jumped on.”

— Dan Bylsma

We assume that while the bus was stuck Sidney Crosby got up, walked over to a nearby pond and played a pick-up game with some local kids.
The Sabres lead the Northeast Division with 50 points.
They’re coming off of a 5-3 victory in St. Louis on Sunday night.
The Penguins changed up their forward lines for the morning skate:
Chris Kunitz – Sidney Crosby – Pascal Dupuis
Mike Rupp – Evgeni Malkin – Bill Guerin
Matt Cooke – Jordan Staal – TylerKennedy
Max Talbot – Craig Adams – Eric Godard/Ruslan Fedotenko
The Pens have not announced who will be starting in goal, but with back-to-back games over the next two nights, Brent Johnson may get a shot.
Ryan Miller will be in net for the Sabres.
He currently leads the NHL with a .935 save percentage.
The Sabres Derek Roy and Patrick Kaleta will both miss the game with injuries.
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Go Pens.