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Cody Hodgson, Nicolas Deslauriers combine to lift Sabres past Sharks
Sat, 25 Oct 2014 20:58:51 +0000
San Jose, CA, United States (4E Sports) - Cody Hodgson and Nicolas Deslauriers each had a goal to propel the Buffalo Sabres past the San Jose Sharks, 2-1 Saturday at SAP Center.
After two scoreless periods Hodgson took a pass from Drew Stafford before slotting in the puck in at 3:43 of the third for a 1-0 Sabres lead.
Deslauriers picked up a rebound after Cody McCormick's shot ricocheted off Alex Stalock's pads before slapping the puck in at 5:57 of the period for a 2-0 Sabres lead.
Then Brett Burns picked off a clearing pass and fired through traffic from 35 feet away at 6:10 of the the period to cut the Sharks deficit to 2-1.
Michal Neuvirth saved 29 of 30 shots for the Sabres while his Sharks counterpat Stalock stopped 13 of 15 shots.
It was the Sabres seventh straight over the Sharks.