BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Anaheim dominated the Sabres in just about every aspect Monday afternoon, drilling Buffalo 5-1.
“It was like an NHL team playing against a peewee team. They dominated us from start to finish, they did all the right things. We did everything that we could do wrong, we did wrong,” said head coach Ted Nolan.
The Ducks out-shot the Sabres 44-12 in the win, with William Karlsson leading the way with two goals. Corey Perry, Matt Belesky, and Ryan Kesler also found the net for Anaheim.
Tyler Ennis scored the Sabres’ lone goal in the third to avoid a shutout.
The Sabres, 0-3 on the season, head to Carolina Tuesday night for a 7:30pm matchup against the Hurricanes.