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Foligno scores twice to help Sabres top Canadiens

Sabres end four-game losing streak

by Joe Yerdon / Correspondent

Foligno's second goal

MTL@BUF: Foligno buries penalty shot for second goal

2/12/16: Marcus Foligno backhands a top-shelf goal on Mike Condon's glove side during a penalty shot for his second score of the game

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BUFFALO --Home ice hasn't been kind to the Buffalo Sabres this season, but all it took was a season-high scoring output to help them end a four-game losing streak.

Marcus Foligno had two goals and an assist, and the Sabres defeated the Montreal Canadiens 6-4 at First Niagara Center on Friday.

Foligno had the first three-point game of his NHL career. He assisted on the first of Evander Kane's two goals with 17.8 seconds left in the first period and scored two goals, including one on a penalty shot, in the second.

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Sabres' Catenacci out vs. Canadiens

Buffalo will recall forward; Montreal to start Scrivens in goal

by Joe Yerdon / Correspondent

CANADIENS (27-24-4) at SABRES (21-28-6) 


BUFFALO -- The Buffalo Sabres will be without forward Daniel Catenacci when they host the Montreal Canadiens on Friday. 

Catenacci was injured on a check by Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas with 3:33 left in the third period of the Sabres' 5-1 loss. Gudas was assessed a five-minute major for charging.

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