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KeyBank Center, Buffalo, New York Attendance: 17,884
Ryan scores in shootout to lead Senators over Sabres 2-1
By JONAH BRONSTEIN
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Coming off what Guy Boucher called their "worst game of the year," the Ottawa Senators impressed their coach with a comeback effort Wednesday night.
Backup goaltender Mike Condon made 31 saves, including eight in overtime, as the Senators rebounded from a 3-1 loss in Nashville on Tuesday and avenged a 2-1 loss to the Sabres at home Saturday.
"That's a lot of resiliency," Boucher said. "I'm really proud of the guys because that's a tough back-to-back."
Ryan Dzingel got a tying goal for Ottawa 7:15 into the second period.
Buffalo controlled the action throughout overtime, outshooting Ottawa 8-0.
"We just possessed the puck the whole time for the most part and had some glorious chances to win the game," Sabres coach Dan Bylsma said.
Zemgus Girgensons got a point-blank shot past Condon with 27 seconds remaining, but the puck ricocheted off the back of Condon's skate and the left post.
"It's funny how puck luck works," Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe said. "Hopefully one of these days, the puck's going to bounce our way. But we just got to keep doing the right things, create our own luck."
Condon has won both of his starts for the Senators since being acquired in a trade with Pittsburgh on Nov. 2. He made 27 saves in a 1-0 shutout of Vancouver in his debut.
"It's great for a guy to come in and make his presence known like that," Dzingel said. "Hats off to him. Two great games."
Baptiste gave Buffalo a 1-0 lead 2:49 into the first. Derek Grant's faceoff win and a quick pass from Cole Schneider set up Baptiste's wrist shot from the left circle. It was Baptiste's second career goal and Schneider's first point.
The Senators tied it when Dzingel split defensemen Dmitry Kulikov and Rasmus Ristolainen and lifted a shot from the left slot over Lehner's blocking pad. Dzingel has scored four of his five goals on the road this season.
Buffalo killed three penalties spanning 4:36 in the second period, including a 5-on-3 that lasted 1:24.
Forward Evander Kane returned to the Sabres top line after missing 11 games with cracked ribs, but Buffalo was still without its top two centers, Ryan O'Reilly and Jack Eichel. O'Reilly is day-to-day with an upper body injury, Bylsma said. Eichel has yet to play this season due to a high ankle sprain, but Bylsma said he could be cleared for on-ice workouts next week.
Senators F Chris Neil missed the game with an undisclosed injury. Ottawa recalled F Mike Blunden to replace Neil on the fourth line. ... F Tyler Ennis sat out for Buffalo with a mid-body injury. ... Buffalo recalled Schneider from the minors and sent down F Hudson Fasching. Schneider was tied for the AHL scoring lead with 15 points.
Senators: Host Los Angeles on Friday.
Sabres: Host New Jersey on Friday.
Updated November 9, 2016
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Gerry, Kirk, and Trenni react to the Celtics loss against the Suns.
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John Tomase gives his acceptance speech for winning the 2017 Kirk and Callahan NC-Double A-hole tournament.
Hour 4. Crazy Al calls in for the second day in a row. A terrible caller tries to make a point. The Arkansas inmates had interesting last meals. Tomase’s epic acceptance speech.
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Hour 2 - Glenn, Lou, and Christian review at the Patriots busy backfield and debate on who will make the team, and why they didn’t value LaGarrette Blount anymore. The guys examine the Bart Hubbuch Deadspin article on Kraft being on the board of directors of private-equity Apollo Global Management, which is linked to Caesars.
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