Saturday, May 19
Ottawa at Buffalo (2 p.m. EDT). The Senators failed to complete a four-game sweep of the Sabres with a 3-2 loss on Wednesday night.

Ottawa is 11-3 this postseason, and has yet to lose two in a series after needing five games to dispatch both Pittsburgh and New Jersey in the first two rounds.

The three goals that Detroit's Dominik Hasek gave up during the first period of Thursday night's 5-3 loss to Anaheim was the most he allowed in one postseason period since 1999.

s, but have not pressed charges.

``We've heard a lot of rumors that it was over. I think we gained a lot of confidence in Game 4, realizing we can still make plays, can still win games. We still believe.'' - Buffalo co-captain Daniel Briere on the Sabres trailing the Eastern Conference finals 3-0 before defeating Ottawa in Game 4 on

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