Matt Moulson scored the shootout winner as the Buffalo Sabres edged the Ottawa Senators 5-4 Monday night.
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Buffalo has now won four straight and 10 of 13.
The loss drops the Sens to 0-1-2 under head coach Dave Cameron.
After Bobby Ryan opened the scoring in the first, the Sabres scored three straight in the second.
Rasmus Ristolainen tied it 1-1, Moulson netted his seventh of the season and Marcus Foligno gave Buffalo a 3-1 lead.
Mark Stone pulled Ottawa to within one with 6:18 remaining in the second.
Curtis Lazar scored his first career NHL goal tying it 3-3 at 2:02 of the third.
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Alex Chiasson gave Ottawa its’ second lead of the night just over three minutes later.
However, Brian Flynn tied it 4-4 to force overtime at 16:31 of the final frame.
Jhonas Enroth improved to 10-10-1 with a…
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