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BUFFALO, N.Y. - The NHL has confirmed to Channel 2's Adam Benigni that Wednesday's game between the Sabres and Boston Bruins will take place as scheduled.

The Sabres skated Tuesday morning in Buffalo before flying toBoston at 3:00pm.

Nathan Gerbe, who playedat Boston College, expressed both care and concern.

"You're worried because they don't know how or why or who.
So going into the city, I'm a little nervous or cautious I guess."

GM Darcy Regier said he thought it was right to play.

"You can either stop everything, or you can make a statement
about these types of situations that you're going to get on with life."

The NHL postponed Monday's game between the Ottawa Senators and Bruins because of the bombings at the Boston Marathon earlier in the day.

The NBA also postponed Tuesday night's game between the Celtics and Pacers scheduled for TD Garden in Boston.

Rolston would not announce a starting goaltender for the game. Jhonas Enroth started the last two games and allowed just one goal. Ryan miller has not played since a 5-1 loss to Montreal last Thursday.

The Sabres have also recalled forward Mikhail Grigorenko from his junior team in Quebec. Regier said the plan is for him to remain with the Sabres for the time being, and that he would very likely not be in the line-up Wednesday night in Boston.

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