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Sabres 3, Devils 2 (SO)

Sabres 3, Devils 2 (SO): Ville Leino scored in the ninth round of the shootout and Nathan Lieuwen made 33 saves for his first NHL victory as host Buffalo added to New Jersey's woes in the bonus format. Tyler Ennis scored twice in regulation and also tallied in the first round of the shootout. Jacob Josefson answered and Sabres forward Drew Stafford and future Hall-of-Famer Jaromir Jagr tallied in the fourth before Leino skated in and wired a shot between the pads of Cory Schneider (25 saves).

Sabres 3, Devils 2 (SO)

Sabres 3, Devils 2 (SO): Ville Leino scored in the ninth round of the shootout and Nathan Lieuwen made 33 saves for his first NHL victory as host Buffalo added to New Jersey's woes in the bonus format. Tyler Ennis scored twice in regulation and also tallied in the first round of the shootout. Jacob Josefson answered and Sabres forward Drew Stafford and future Hall-of-Famer Jaromir Jagr tallied in the fourth round before Leino skated in and wired a shot between the pads of Cory Schneider (25 saves).

Sabres 2, Devils 1

Sabres 2, Devils 1: Matt D'Agostini scored a power-play goal to snap a tie with 8:11 remaining in the third period as Buffalo won its fifth consecutive home game. Matt Moulson also tallied with the man advantage and Ryan Miller finished with 21 saves for the Sabres, who avenged a 1-0 loss to New Jersey on Nov. 30.

Devils 3, Lightning 0

Devils 3, Lightning 0: Dainius Zubrus scored a pair of goals in the third period and Martin Brodeur turned aside 33 shots for his 124th career shutout as New Jersey defeated visiting Tampa Bay. Damien Brunner also scored his third goal in three contests and Jaromir Jagr added two assists for New Jersey, which won for only the second time in seven games. Brodeur earned his third shutout of the season and the Devils’ fifth overall.

UPDATE 1-NHL-Markov lifts Canadiens past Devils in overtime

(adds quotes) * Elias reaches 900 career points * Canadiens squander lead before recovering Jan 27 (Reuters) - The Montreal Canadiens handed the New Jersey Devils their first loss of the season when a red-hot Andrei Markov scored late in overtime to secure a 4-3 win on Sunday. Montreal squandered a 3-1 third period lead but Markov, who has a team-leading four goals, scored with 38 seconds left in overtime as the host Canadiens (3-1-0) extended their winning streak to three games.
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