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Regehr, Boyes get maintenance days

The Sabres practiced today in First Niagara Center before leaving for Philadelphia to face the Flyers tomorrow night.

Forward Brad Boyes and defenseman Robyn Regehr were not on the ice, with coach Lindy Ruff saying both got "maintenance days" and should be ready to play Thursday.

Regehr was a little banged up after blocking a couple shots in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Devils.

The line combinations were:

Leino-Roy-Pominville

Gerbe-Ennis-Vanek

Stafford-Gaustad-Kaleta

Matt Ellis was centering a fourth line with Zack Kassian.

Spoiler alert: Read more about Ville Leino and his return to Philadelphia in Thursday's Buffalo News.

---Jay Skurski

http://twitter.com/jayskurski

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