Last night in Texas Owen Power scores an opportune first goal of the season in Over Time versus Dallas to assist the Sabres in securing the first win in a four-game road trip that continues tonight in St. Louis Missouri to take on the Blues.
Mr. Dahlin is the second-highest-scoring defenseman in the NHL and he scored his 14th of the season last night he also holds the position of Buffalo’s PIM leader and he surprisingly stayed out of the penalty box this contest.
Buffalo goaltender Mr. Anderson the oldest active player in the NHL earned a victory in his 700th game with spectacular saves as the Sabres were outshot by the Stars in a game with numerous offensive opportunities at both ends of the ice.
The first period had it all, great saves by both goalies, and both teams scored with one on the power play and a 14 SOG 8 total, then the second period Buffalo outshoots Dallas but no goals or penalties for either team.
In the first six minutes of the third period, both teams score again and although Dallas outshoots Buffalo for the period and game they head into overtime where rookie Mr. Power earns his first goal of the season from a sweet pass from Mr. Thompson.
The road warrior Sabres are 13-7-1 and look to continue their dominance in foreign arenas tonight at 8 pm EST versus a Blues team without the services of Mr. O’Reilly who currently sits out with a broken foot.