Anton Forsberg Tim Stutzel had two points as the Ottawa Senators made 29 saves in a 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabers on Wednesday at the Canadian Tire Center.
The Sens thus ended a five game losing streak in front of their supporters.
As for the Sabres, their seventh straight loss in regulation, the long slide continues.
Author of a stunning 7-3-0 performance after ten games, buffalo Has since fallen to a 7-10-0 record.
At 9:57 of the second period, Tkachuk ended the game midway through the goalie. Eric ComrieSuffering a leg injury moments earlier, a bodycheck from teammate Rasmus Dahlin pushed Matthew Joseph to his side.
In this way Craig AndersonA crowd favorite in the nation’s capital, the game came on for the second half.
The 41-year-old veteran entered Debrincott at 14:21 of the final period. It was the only goal he allowed in 15 shots.
After the game, head coach Dan Granato said that Comrie was “definitely going to be out for a while.”
Despite the Sabres’ collective failures, Tagus Thompson Continued his unbeaten streak by adding 12th goal to his tally.
Buffalo’s No. 72 goal, scored on a blistering one-timer on the power play, tied the game 1-1 early in the second.