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Saturday, October 31, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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BUFFALO -- Jack Eichel scored his fourth goal of the season and Ryan O'Reilly racked up three points en route to a Buffalo Sabres victory of the Philadelphia Flyers Friday night.

Eichel's goal came with just 36 seconds remaining in the first period, assisted ty O'Reilly and Johan Larsson.

In the second, O'Reilly notches his own goal, assisted by Brian Gionta and Cody Franson at 4:20.

The third period saw O'Reilly get another point, assisted on a Nicholas Deslauriers goal at 3:12. Marcus Foligno also assisted. Philly scored a goal at 16:34, making for a 3-1 final.

The victory was Buffalo's second in three games, improving their season record to 4-7-0.

NOTES: 

  • The Sabres now have three straight wins against the Flyers for the first time since Nov. 14, 2009 to March 5, 2010.
  • With his first NHL win Friday, Linus Ullmark (22 years, 92 days) became the youngest goaltender to earn a win for the Sabres since Mika Noronen (21 years, 111 days) on did so on Oct. 5, 2000 vs. Chicago.
  • With three points (1+2) tonight, Ryan O'Reilly extended his point streak to five games. During the streak, O'Reilly has posted 10 points (3+7), an even-strength corsi for percentage of 59.0% and a 61.0% faceoff percentage on 136 total faceoffs while averaging 21:34 of ice time per game.
  • O'Reilly led all skaters on either team with 26:03 of ice time Friday, seven seconds shy of his career high and the highest total since he logged 25:30 on April 9, 2015. He leads all NHL forwards with 21:32 per game this season.



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