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Olofsson scores go-ahead goal in Sabres 4-3 win over Preds

Sabres rookie forward Peyton Krebs was accustomed to playing in front of loud and raucous crowds during his brief stint with the Vegas Golden Knights. It wasn’t until Friday, some five months after being traded to Buffalo, when Krebs experienced the electric jolt the Sabres’ fanbase can bring during the team’s first sellout of the season. On a night the franchise celebrated its past by raising a banner in honor of broadcaster Rick Jeanneret, who is retiring after 51 seasons, the Sabres received yet another glimpse of a promising future with a 4-3 win over the Nashville Predators.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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