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The Sabres Streak Ends

from the Buffalo News,

Not even a game with their nearest rival could keep the Buffalo Sabres’ sellout streak alive.

The Sabres failed to fill HSBC Arena for the first time in more than a year and half Monday, drawing 18,217 for their game with the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Sabres had sold out 45 straight regular-season games dating to the finale of 2005-06. They had packed the 18,690-seat arena for 62 games in row including the playoffs.

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  Tags: arenas, buffalo+sabres

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