Where do the Buffalo Sabres go from here?

The Buffalo Sabres, and the NHL, likely celebrate the end of an era on Thursday night. 

Craig Anderson made likely his final NHL appearance, making 30 saves in a 4-3 overtime win against the Ottawa Senators. Casey Mittelstadt scored in overtime and Devon Levi was watching from the bench as Anderson took his NHL swan song start. 

It was one of those games where the stories kind of told themselves. 

Buffalo vs. Ottawa, two teams that are primed to be in the Eastern Conference's wave of next contenders. Anderson getting that final win, a veteran goalie who helped build culture for a team where he'd never be around to see the final payoff himself. 

It's been 12 seasons since the Sabres made the playoffs, a dozen years, but things are on the upswing in Buffalo and, frankly, they'll head into the of

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NHL Buffalo Sabres Craig Anderson Dylan Cozens Rasmus Dahlin Devon Levi Casey Mittelstadt Jeff Skinner Tage Thompson Alex Tuch
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