Bruins vs. Sabres highlights: B's win in shootout, 3-2

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Highlights: Bruins beat Sabres in shootout, 3-2 originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

It took a shootout, but the Boston Bruins were able to squeak out a victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night.

After Buffalo got off to an early lead, David Krejci quickly tying things back up at 1-1. Red-hot Craig Smith later put the B's ahead, but Sabres defenseman Rasmus Dahlin tied it at 2-2 to force overtime.

Following a scoreless OT, Charlie Coyle and Jake DeBrusk scored in the shootout to propel Boston to their first victory with trade deadline additions Taylor Hall, Curtis Lazar, and Mike Reilly in the lineup.

Here's a recap of the B's win:

FINAL SCORE: Bruins 3, Sabres 2

BOX SCORE

BRUINS' RECORD: 22-12-6

HIGHLIGHTS

David Krejci ties it at 1-1:

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Kevan Miller drops Tage Thompson:

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Craig Smith puts the B's ahead:

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Rasmus Dahlin ties it back up at 2-2:

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B's win in shootout:

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The Bruins will host the New York Islanders on Thursday night at 7 p.m. ET.