'The Sabres came close to getting back in the series, though, when Daniel Briere, the subject of much speculation because of his poor outing in the first game, got them to overtime. He scored with 5.8 seconds left in the third period and goaltender Ryan Miller on the bench for an extra attacker to tie the score 3-3. He was left alone in front of the net and swept the puck into the open side of the net to set off a roar from the fans, many of whom had been booing the inept Sabres power play a few minutes earlier.'
Corvo gives Senators stranglehold on series
May 13, 2007 Submitted by
Via: Toronto Globe & Mail