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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

TORONTO — The Sabres line of Matt Moulson, Tyler Ennis and Johan Larsson could not beat the Toronto Maple Leafs on their own. But they nearly did.

The Leafs' Tyler Bozak scored the lone shootout goal to give Toronto a 4-3 win against the Sabres, halting Toronto's three-game slide and continuing the Sabres skid, which has now reached give games.

The Sabres scored first as Larsson landed a backhand shot with the help of Ennis and Moulson at 6:52 of the first period. Toronto then scored twice in 21 seconds at 14:09 and 14:30 with Brandon Kozun scoring the first goal on a wrist shot and Leo Komorov tipping in a David Booth shot for the Leafs' second goal. Ennis then tied it for the Sabres with a wrist shot of his own, assisted by Moulson and Larsson at 16:02.

Moulson put the Sabres up 3-2 at 11:50 of the second period with a snap shot, assisted by Larson and Ennis.

In the third, Tyler Bozak tied it for Toronto with 3:25 remaining in the game. Phil Kessel and Morgan Rielly provided the assists. Then Bozak scored again in the shootout, securing the win.

The Sabres now fall to 19-42-6 on the season. They next play Saturday when the New York Rangers visit First Niagara Center.

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