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Goalie Martin Biron appears to be the man of choice for a few teams around the league in need of help between the pipes.
Once word got out Biron was playing last night, teams scrambled to get scouts to the game, reports the Buffalo News.

According to the paper, fourteen teams had seats reserved in the HSBC Arena press box, with half from the Western Conference.

The Edmonton Oilers, who have been watching Biron for a while, made reservations for three observers, including General Manager Kevin Lowe
Dave Lewis of the Detroit Red Wings was also in attendance, one night after Manny Legace went down with a sprained left knee.
However, Biron didn't help the Sabres cause, giving up six goals on 19 shots during last night's 10-4 loss to the Ottawa Senators.

"I got enough experience to know that you always have to be ready," Biron told the News. "I was ready. I got out for warm-up and felt great. It just got away from me."
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