Well, that was an ugly Monday night at KeyBank Center.
The Buffalo Sabres (20-16-2) were blanked by the Philadelphia Flyers (16-18-7), 4-0, in what was a snooze fest.
Buffalo lacked energy from the opening faceoff and had trouble getting the puck in the offensive zone to create quality scoring chances. They were also held to just one power-play opportunity.
Philadelphia scored three of their four goals in the opening period.
Craig Anderson started between the pipes for Buffalo and stopped 34-of-38 shots.
The Sabres will try to bounce back on Tuesday when they host the Seattle Kraken at 7 p.m.