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Friday, November 28, 2014

BUFFALO — They may be lingering near the bottom of the standings in the NHL, but the Buffalo Sabres took down one of the top standing teams tonight, beating the Montreal Canadiens 2-1.

Buffalo's Tyler Ennis scored a doozy of a goal at 3:27 of the first, going from right to left through Carey Price's crease before flipping the puck into the net on a backhand. Canadiens fans cried that Ennis had interfered with their netminder when he went through the crease, but the goal stood. Zemgus Girgensons and Matt Moulson assisted on the play.

After a scoreless second period, Montreal scored on the power play at 1:35 of the third. The Alexandre Parenteau goal was assisted by David Desharnais and Jiri Sekac. Buffalo closed out the scoring with 1:18 to go in regulation on a Matt Moulson goal, assisted by Ennis and Rasmus Ristolainen.

With the win, the Sabres are now 7-14-2 for 16 points. The Sabres play the Canadiens again on Saturday in Montreal.

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