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Saturday, January 31, 2015

VANCOUVER — Chris Stewart scored a pair of goals against former Sabres netminder Ryan Miller but it wasn't enough to halt the Sabres losing streak as the Blue & Gold dropped the final game of their west coast road trip 5-2.

Stewart struck first, scoring a power play goal 4:00 into the first period, assisted by Tyler Ennis and Zemgus Girgensons. Vancouver tied it with less than a minute to go in the first. The Bo Horvat goal at 19:36 was assisted by Zack Kassian and Shawn Matthias

In the second, a pair of Vancouver power play goals put the Canucks up 3-1. First it was Yannick Weber at 1:43, assisted by Chris Higgins and Linden Vey. Then at 4:19, Nick Bonino scored assisted by Henrik Sedin and Daniel Sedin. Stewart scored again for the Sabres at 14:16, assisted by Brian Flynn and Nikita Zadorov, making it 3-2 Vancouver.

In the third, Vancouver added another pair. Higgins scored at 5:31, assisted by Christopher Tanev and Dan Hamhuis to make it 4-2. An empty netter by Radim Vrbata at 19:25, made it 5-2. Taven and Henrik Sedin assisted.

The Sabres lost all 12 games they played in January. Their last regulation win was on Dec. 11 when they beat the Calgary Flames 4-3 in Buffalo.

The Sabres play again Tuesday in Montreal before returning to Buffalo for a five-game home stand.

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