Sabres 5, Maple Leafs 4 (SO): Steve Ott sent a backhanded shot past the left skate of James Reimer to complete a comeback and lift Buffalo past visiting Toronto.Christian Ehrhoff recorded a goal and two assists, Tyler Ennis had one of each and Marcus Foligno and Jason Pominville each added a goal for the Sabres, who snapped a franchise-record 15-game streak of scoring three regulation goals or fewer. Ryan Miller turned aside 30 shots in regulation and overtime and stopped Clarke MacArthur's attempt in the sixth round of the shootout to clinch the win.Nazem Kadri collected two goals and an assist and Tyler Bozak and Mikhail Grabovski each tallied as the Maple Leafs fell for the sixth time in the last seven games (1-3-3). Reimer made 32 saves for Toronto.The Maple Leafs jumped on top early with Bozak's power-play wrist shot from the slot at 8:48 and made it 2-0 when Kadri deflected a sharp pass from Nikolai Kulemin past Miller's right skate 76 seconds later. Buffalo got on the board with one second left on a power play with 1:06 left in the first when Ennis sent it between Reimer's pads.Grabovski deflected Jake Gardiner's shot from the point past Miller to give Toronto a 3-1 edge at 8:52 of the second but Foligno scored from the doorstep to cut the deficit to one just under three minutes later before Pominville drew the Sabres even with a wrist shot from the slot 45 seconds after that. Ehrhoff gave Buffalo its first lead on the power play 22 seconds into the third but Kadri deflected another past Miller at 6:33 to knot it again.GAME NOTEBOOK: Toronto RW Colton Orr went after Buffalo RW Patrick Kaleta during a scrum at 2:09 of the first period and was given a game misconduct and a total of 29 penalty minutes. … The Maple Leafs were without Joffrey Lupul, who was suspended two games by the NHL for a hit to the head on Tampa Bay Lightning D Victor Hedman. … Cody Hodgson recorded a pair of assists for the Sabres.