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January 15, 2012 | 10:50am ET
Sabres lose yet another player

The Buffalo Sabres lost more than just the game during their 4-2 defeat to the New York Islanders on Saturday.

According to the Buffalo News, defenseman Robyn Regher suffered an upper-body injury during the third period of the contest.

Coach Lindy Ruff did not discuss the severity of the injury, but mentioned that the 31-year-old was expected to be out for "some time."

In 43 games with the Sabres this season, Regher has tallied two assists and 32 penalty minutes.

Team owner Terry Pegula recently blamed the club's injuries for its underachieving struggles and stated that he was confident things would bounce back for the second half of the season.

Pegula added that it was difficult to assess the team's needs and that it was too early to consider a shakeup.

The Sabres have had 18 players miss at least one game because of an injury, including starting netminder Ryan Miller, blueliners Tyler Myers and Christian Ehrhoff and forward Ville Leino.

The club hopes to have a full body of healthy players by the NHL's All Star break in two weeks, allowing management to reflect on possible trades to boost the Sabres' playoff hopes.

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