Gameday: Pominville makes it 3-0 Sabres in first period

06 Novembre, 2018, 05:10 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
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Brady Skjei #76 of the New York Rangers jumps into action during an National Hockey League game against the Buffalo Sabres on October 6, 2018 at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York.

Jeff Skinner had two goals and an assist, and Jack Eichel had three assists for the Sabres (7-5-2), who ended a three-game losing streak.

Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula presented Pominville with a silver saber before the game and fans were given commemorative placards that read "Welcome to Pominville, Population: 1000".

"I think that's something we're trying to take more pride in, is playing better in front of our home fans", Eichel said.

Max McCormick and Cody Ceci scored for the Senators (5-6-2).

Pominville would get a goal of his own for his second point of the night minutes later, making it 3-0 Sabres in the first period. The forward was able to settle down a bouncing puck as he skated along the right wing side in the offensive zone, and beat Craig Anderson with a slap shot from the faceoff dot.

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Almost a minute and a half later, the blue and gold used a faceoff win to create the second goal of the game and extend the lead to 2-0.

Skinner knocked in the rebound off Eichel's shot from the point less than two minutes later.

Steven Stamkos scored twice, sandwiching J.T. Miller's go-ahead goal in the first period to lead Tampa Bay past host Montreal.

After McCormick put the Senators on the board with his first goal of the season, Pominville netted his second of the game and eighth of the year on an assist from Eichel.

Patrik Berglund increased the lead to seven with a goal part way through the third period. Ryan Murray is a pending RFA after this season, who could also be added into the mix to bolster the Buffalo defense behind rookie sensation Rasmus Dahlin.

The Sabres play the second game of a back-to-back set Sunday night, when they visit the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. You see, back when Buffalo was a playoff team and scoring at a rapid pace, the crowd would regularly shout, "One, two, three, four ... we want five!" Senators rookie F Brady Tkachuk skated Friday for the first time since injuring his leg on October 15. Craig Anderson allowed three goals on 10 shots before he was replaced in the third period by Mike McKenna (25 saves). Sabres F Sam Reinhart had two assists and now has eight points in Buffalo's seven wins and none in seven losses. The wins over the San Jose Sharks and the Ducks salvaged what could have been a discouraging road trip for NY, which opened the Western Conference swing by dropping two in a row to the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings.

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