The Montreal Canadiens 3-2 win Thursday night at the Bell Center was overshadowed by a scary injury to Montreal defenseman P K Subban.  The star Canadiens player suffered an apparent neck injury when he collided with a teammate while tangled up with the Sabres' Marcus Foligno late in the third period.  The game was held up nearly 15 minutes while medical and training staff from both teams attended to the player on the ice.  Subban held a thumbs up to the crowd as was wheeled off the ice.

Montreal native Nicholas Delauriers put the Sabres on the board first, but the Canadiens tied it just nine seconds later.  Former Canadiens captain Brian Gionta tied the game again in the third period for the Sabres, but Torrey Mitchell put the Canadiens on top again to stay with 6:39 left.

It's the 22nd time this season the Sabres have lost a game by a single goal.  The Sabres host Carolina on Saturday afternoon.

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