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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

BOSTON — The Buffalo Sabres came back from a third-period deficit to tie the game against the Boston Bruins Tuesday night — and then win in a shootout.

There were only three goals scored in the game — and one of them wasn't counted right away.

Loui Eriksson put Boston on the board at 9:55 of the first period, assisted by Adam McQuaid and Carl Soderberg.

The score stayed 1-0 for over 30 minutes before Rasmus Ristolainen scored a power play goal for the Sabres at 1:23 of the third period. Brian Gionta and Johan Larsson assisted on the tying goal.

Following a scoreless overtime, Tyler Ennis scored a beauty on the first Sabres shot of the shootout. The shot went into the net and bounced out so quickly that the goal was originally called not a goal. Upon review, the goal was good, giving the Sabres the victory.

Sabres goaltender Anders Lindback made a career-high 44 saves on 45 shots, not including the three he stopped in the shootout.

The Sabres next play Friday night when the New Jersey Devils visit First Niagara Center. At 20-43-7, they remain firmly in last place in the league.

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