Goalie Carter Hutton ended up with 29 saves in his very first look in nine video games. Tanev fooled everybody, Boeser gets an easy one. Girgensons then deflected in Kyle Okposo's point shot to tie the video game two minutes later, however the Canucks utilized their speed to gain back the lead. The Sabres also killed off both of Vancouver's power-play opportunities after going into the game permitting 6 goals on challengers'previous 20 opportunities."It's our 5-on-5 game that just unwinded here today,"Sabres coach Ralph Krueger stated.

Still stinging from opening their road trip with 2 lopsided losses, Bo Horvat and the Vancouver Canucks returned on track with a strong finish Saturday.

Boeser leads Canucks past Sabres:

Brock Boeser scored his 15th and 16th objectives of the season in Vancouver's 6-3 win over the Sabres. 1:02

J.T. Miller also scored for Vancouver, and Jacob Markstrom stopped 25 shots to improve to 7-1 in his previous eight games.

Sam Reinhart, Zemgus Girgensons and Brandon Montour scored for Buffalo, which continued its mid-season slide by dropping to 3-8-1 in its past 12.

Goalie Carter Hutton completed with 29 conserves in his first appearance in nine games. Hutton dropped to 0-7-4 in his previous 11 starts, a stretch in which he has allowed 4 or more goals six times. He is 6-7-4 on the season, with his last triumph a 25-save performance in a 4-3 overtime win over San Jose on Oct. 22.

"I do not know what to say right now, it's aggravating. I believe on all accounts everybody's disappointed," Hutton stated.

with Vancouver's quick forwards. The problem for Buffalo started with Miller transforming his own rebound to put the Canucks up 3-2

early into the third. The objective followed Vancouver's Elias Pettersson forced a turnover by deflecting Sabres defenceman Jake McCabe's pass effort. Girgensons then deflected in Kyle Okposo's point shot to connect the video game two minutes later, however the Canucks used their speed to restore the lead. Christopher Tanev set up the consent goal by Boeser, who was left large open in the slot.

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rupturing over Buffalo's blue line. Adam Gaudette prevented a check and fed Tyler Motte to set up a 2-on-1 break. Driving up the best side, Motte backhanded a go through the middle, allowing Virtanen to tap it into the open left side. "I just believe we were skating. When we're on our toes and we're skating, our video game just seems to form

," Canucks coach Travis Green said."We play more direct. We skate as five. We forecheck, break out as 5. It was a good video game by everybody."The Sabres' unique teams finally contributed. Sam Reinhart scored a power-play objective for Buffalo's second in its last 22 chances over a nine-game span. The Sabres also exterminated both of Vancouver's power-play chances after going into the video game allowing 6 goals on challengers'past 20 possibilities."It's our 5-on-5 game that simply unwinded here today,"Sabres coach Ralph Krueger stated."It was a hell of a hockey video game up until 14 minutes to go, and

we turned it into a really painful, inappropriate surface."