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BUFFALO, N. Cheap Nike Air Max .Y. -- Buffalo ended its five-game losing streak at home at a First Niagara Center filled with plenty of vocal Toronto fans. And that made it all the sweeter for the Sabres. Christian Ehrhoff scored 38 seconds into overtime and the Buffalo Sabres picked up a 3-2 win on Friday. "It is always really fun to play," Ehrhoff said. "The fans that come down sometimes outnumber the Sabres fans and it brings out the best in our fans, too. They are up for the challenge and they were really loud again tonight." Ehrhoff carried the puck from the right point to the centre of the ice before sending a soft wrist shot on goal that went through James Reimers legs. "I didnt have the time to do a big wind-up there or get it hard," Ehrhoff said. "I saw the opening between the legs and just put one through there." Matt Moulson and Luke Adam also scored for the Sabres, who got 22 saves from Ryan Miller and came from behind twice to force overtime. Nikolai Kulemin and Phil Kessel scored for Toronto, which has lost six straight road games. Buffalos second home win over the Leafs was just its third win at home in 15 attempts and its sixth win overall. The long-standing rivalry between the two teams helped drive a Sabres team thats struggled to find goals. "We can see the guys getting a little fired up and its about time," Miller said. "Its good. This kind of rivalry helps. Its always nice to beat them here because you feel like theres so many Leafs fans here, its fun to send them home." Toronto opened the scoring 2:12 into the first period when Kessel came down the left wing and put a snap shot over Millers left pad. Buffalo tied the score on the power play at 7:57 of the second period. With Reimer out of position, a falling Ville Leino used his backhand to find Moulson, who scored his 10th goal of the season and his second in as many games. The Leafs took the lead back 2 1/2 minutes later after Brian Flynn gave the puck away behind the Sabres net. A pass from Trevor Smith deflected in front of the goal, where Kulemin shot it out of the air and past Miller. Adam shot a Reimer rebound under the goalies glove at 18:50 of the second and the teams finished the second period tied at 2. "Ever since Ted (Nolan) got here, the guys are just building on each and every game," Adam said. "We feel a lot more confident as a team, as players, when we come to the rink every morning for practice. Thats carrying over and were playing a lot better." The score was Adams first NHL goal since April 5. The third period was light on scoring chances until the 12:42 mark, when Reimer made consecutive left pad saves on Adam. James van Riemsdyk then had a chance to end the game in regulation on a last-minute breakaway, but Matt DAgostini caught the Leafs forward from behind and swiped the puck into the corner. Van Riemsdyk was surprised there was no penalty on the play. "Unless were playing football, I dont know," he said, later adding, "Usually when youre in all alone and you get your legs taken out from under you, you expect something, especially when the calls were like they were, five or six to one." The Leafs came into the game as the second-least penalized team in the league but picked up 10 penalty minutes on the night, while the Sabres only gave Torontos efficient power play one opportunity. "The breaks arent going our way and thats when youve got to find ways to create more," Toronto coach Randy Carlyle said. "We had a power play where we didnt get much going in the third period and we gave up a power-play goal earlier in the game." Leino and Tyler Myers each had two assists. NOTES: Leafs LW Mason Raymond played in his 400th NHL game. ... D Brayden McNabb, C Mikhail Grigorenko and D Jamie McBain were scratches for Buffalo. ... 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Doug Fister allowed two runs over seven innings and Washington hit three solo homers in a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night. The Nationals usually win with pitching, and Fister was more than efficient. But on this night Washington beat the hard-hitting Orioles at their own game, using home runs by Wilson Ramos, Ian Desmond and Jayson Werth to win this matchup between teams located 40 miles apart on I-295. "This is a good ballpark to hit home runs in," Nationals manager Matt Williams said. "All you need to do is look at the other dugout to see that." Fister (8-2) scattered seven hits, walked two and struck out three. He is 8-1 in his last 11 starts and 52-52 for his career, the first time the right-hander has been at .500 since 6-6 in 2010. "He was pretty good," said Orioles catcher Caleb Joseph, who hit into two double plays. "He sinks the ball so well and hes got that curveball, he didnt bust it out until the second or third time around. And hes got a good enough slider to hit one off the barrel." Fister has earned the right to be considered the ace of a staff that includes Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmermann. But, Williams said, "Everybody has pitched very well. To throw labels on guys isnt fair. They have all pitched very well; sometimes it just doesnt come out as a win." Each team has one win in the rain-shortened, home-and-home showdown that concludes Thursday night. Baltimore is 7-2 in its last nine games and Washington has won eight of 10 overall. "Were getting some momentum together and thats kind of where were at right now," Fister said. "Thats good going into the break." Manny Machado went 3 for 4 with a homer for the Orioles and Chris Davis had two hits and an RBI. Machado is 12 for 21 in four games since returning from a five-game suspension. "I feel fine at the plate, seeing the ball well," Machado said. "Im just trying to keep this going." 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After Anthony Rendon and Werth hit successive doubles, Adam LaRoche delivered an RBI single. Davis singled in a run in the bottom half, and Ramos made it 3-1 in the second with a shot to left. Desmond hit his 16th home run in the fourth, a drive that landed in the front row of the bleachers in centre field. Machado got the run back in the home half with his ninth home run, the fifth in eight games. LaRoche added a sacrifice fly in the fifth and Werth homered off Brad Brach in the seventh. The Nationals played their 13th consecutive errorless game, matching their longest streak since coming to Washington from Montreal in 2005. Rendon made several sparkling plays at third base and started a 5-4-3 double play in the sixth after Baltimore put runners at the corners with one out and the score 5-2. "Their third baseman had a great night," Showalter said. "We could have got back in it a little bit but they didnt let us defensively." 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