Following last night’s debilitating blowout loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, the Buffalo Sabres have now lost 10 consecutive games on the road. It was their third straight loss overall which not only kept them in 11th place in the Eastern Conference — nine points behind the Florida Panthers for the final playoff seed –but also kept them only three points ahead of 15th place.These Sabres are struggling to score goals and struggling to prevent them. In their eight January games, Buffalo has allowed three-or-more goals in five contests while scoring two-or-less markers in six of those games. In short, they are finding ways to lose games.“We’re not dealing well with adversity,” coach Lindy Ruff explained following the loss. “Until we learn to win again, we won’t win on the road. We’re not dealing well with those situations.”On the first game of back-to-back games, Ruff simply could not afford to sit any of his players. Some of them were banged up, others sick. Playing in Chicago before …