The Sabres rallied back to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 6 to 5 in overtime last night, but it’s not likely the way they drew it up. When the Maple Leafs made it 5 to 3 with just over 9 minutes left to play, there were some fans that started to trickle out of the building, but they missed an exciting comeback.  The Sabres scored twice with under five minutes to play, then Derek Roy scored his second power play goal of the night for an unlikely win in a game they had to have.  In the lockerroom Roy described the feeling on the bench when they were down two goals with time winding down in the third period -

The tying goal was unbelievable – the only player not in the Toronto goal crease was Ryan Miller.  The Sabres wacked away and wacked away until it went in.  They were lucky the referee didn’t blow the whistle.  Tyler Ennis describes the tying goal - 

So the Sabres are back into a tie with the Washington Capitals with two games left.  It’s on to Philadelphia tomorrow night.