Last night's game against the Sabres was hilariously one sided. Have you ever played a beer league game where one team was either a couple of division too low or a couple of divisions too high? Those tend to be more competitive. At least in those cases there's a reason for the massive gulf in class. The Buffalo Sabres are ostensibly an NHL team but you'd have been hard pressed to find anyone that deserved to call themselves an NHL player. Except for whoever was on the ice against Jams Van Riemsdyk and Tyler Bozak.
Somehow, those two were actually negative in terms of scoring chances at even strength with the score close. Look at Nazem Kadri, Joffrey Lupul, and Phil Kessel to see how hilariously one-sided things should have been. There's not too much you can take from a game like that other than "thank god we didn't lose to the suckiest sucks that ever sucked like those dummy Sharks".