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Not over yet, teams say

The feeling in both dressing rooms on the morning of Game Five is the series isn't over despite Boston holding a 3-1 lead over Buffalo.

"I think we know what needs to be done, just go out and keep playing our game," Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller said. "It's perfectly within this team's capability to win one game and then focus on the next."

Said Boston coach Claude Julien: "Anybody thinks we're taking this lightly and we think it's a done series, they're wrong. It's only going to get tougher from here on in, starting tonight."

The audio files for Miller and Julien are below.

---John Vogl

Ryan Miller

Claude Julien


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