For the Buffalo Sabres to finish their five-game road trip over .500, they needed to do something they hadn’t done yet this season: come from behind to win.
The outcomes of the Sabres’ first eight games reflected which team scored first. They were 4-0-0 when they tallied the opening goal, 0-4-0 when they didn’t. When Kiefer Sherwood scored to give the Anaheim Ducks a 2-0 lead on Sunday, they knew they had to buck the trend. Read More