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Sabres' Afinogenov hasn't been sharp

He's on edge with Buffalo struggling

The Bruins' Chuck Kobasew goes sailing into the boards courtesy of a check by Sabres defenseman Jaroslav Spacek. The Bruins' Chuck Kobasew goes sailing into the boards courtesy of a check by Sabres defenseman Jaroslav Spacek. (Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / November 27, 2008

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There no doubt is a place for Maxim Afinogenov in the NHL, and maybe it's with the Sabres, the team with which he made his NHL debut in 1999. He is fast. He can be mesmerizing with the puck. At his best, he is among the game's most thrilling, entertaining attackers, fast on his skates and devilishly clever ... (Full article: 977 words)

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