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Satan was given one too many chances

Marco Sturm split two Sabres en route to celebrating Miroslav Satan’s winning goal. Marco Sturm split two Sabres en route to celebrating Miroslav Satan’s winning goal. (Barry Chin/ Globe Staff)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / April 22, 2010

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On a night when it appeared Ryan Miller wouldn’t give an inch, Miroslav Satan found enough room in the Sabres net to move in a family of three — dog, toaster oven, and backyard swing set included — in the split second or two before he fired home his winning goal. (Full article: 979 words)

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