MSG's "Sabres Classics" series has spent this week focusing on the 2005-06 regular season, as the Buffalo Sabres came out of the lockout to become one of the surprise teams of the NHL. The club announced Thursday that next week's games will start a run of postseason replays, opening with the four victories in the 2006 first-round series against the Philadelphia Flyers.
All games air weeknights at 8 p.m. on MSG and the MSG Go app. They then will appear the next day on a special Sabres Classic Games video channel that has been created on NHL.com.
Monday, April 6 – Game 1: A 3-2 double-overtime win featuring Daniel Briere's game-winning goal and Brian Campbell's thunderous hit on Flyers forward R.J. Umberger.
Tuesday, April 7 – Game 2: An 8-2 win built on hat tricks from J.P. Dumont and Jason Pominville.
Wednesday, April 8 – Game 5: After the Flyers won both games in Philadelphia to even the series, the Sabres rallied for a 3-0 victory as Ryan Miller made 24 saves.
Thursday, April 9 – Game 6: The Sabres wrap up the series with a 7-1 win in Philadelphia behind two goals from Chris Drury and four-point nights from Drury and Mike Grier.