Buffalo, NY (WKBW)- The Buffalo Sabres evened up their playoff series against the Philadelphia Flyers by winning game four Wednesday night at the HSBC Arena in Downtown Buffalo. The win though didn't stop some so-called fans from booing the Sabres during a five minute power play. During that power play, the Sabres were unable to score and had only 2 shots on goal. According to players, the reaction isn't discouraging, but puts pressure on them to grab a victory.
"When we hear that we react to it and everybody gets into it," said Sabres Forward Jason Pominville.
The boos were short lived, as fans gave goalie Ryan Miller two standing ovations and began chanting his name loudly with about five minutes left in the game. Game five of the series will be held on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Game six will take place on Sabres home ice Easter Sunday.