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Laviolette elected to start Boucher, and the netminder answered the call nicely by stopping 35 of 37 shots on the night. With the score tied 1-1, Danny Briere lit the lamp early in the second to give Philadelphia a lead it would not relinquish in enemy territory.
The Sabres found life late in the second period, drawing within a goal on Nathan Gerbe's wrister. But this night belonged to the man in the crease, as Boucher held Buffalo scoreless in the third and Kimmo Timonen tallied an empty netter in the closing seconds as Philadelphia prevailed, 4-2, at HSBC Arena.