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Sabres' win pads lead over Philly
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published April 13, 2006
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Daniel Briere scored on a breathtaking rush, sealing the Buffalo Sabres' 3-1 win against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night.
Tim Connolly had a goal and assist and Maxim Afinogenov set up two goals for Buffalo (49-24-6), which tied a franchise record for victories set in 1974-75.
Taylor Pyatt also scored and Ryan Miller stopped 27 shots - including 15 in the final period - in helping the playoff-bound Sabres inch closer to securing fourth place in the Eastern Conference.
With three games left, Buffalo moved seven points ahead of idle fifth-place Philadelphia.
The seventh-place Canadiens remain two points ahead of Tampa Bay. Both tams have three games remaining.
DRIVER CHARGED IN DEATH: A tanker truck driver has been charged with vehicular homicide in a fiery 2005 crash that killed four people, including the mother and uncle of Washington Capitals hockey star Jeff Halpern.
Flavio F. Santisteban, 33, of Hialeah, turned himself in at the Florida Highway Patrol office in Davie, said FHP Sgt. James Robinson.