BUFFALO, N.Y. — Logan Couture finished off a successful trip for the Sharks in a comeback victory as his goal with 3:52 remaining in the third period Saturday sent the Sharks to a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. Joonas Donskoi and Chris Tierney also scored to back goalie Aaron Dell, who made 31 saves. San Jose went 3-2-0 on a five-game trip and got its first regulation win in Buffalo since Dec. 2, 2005. “We’ll take six (points for the trip). We wanted eight,” Couture said. “There was a couple games that we lost that were winnable games. But I think we were chasing it, but we were happy to finish it with a win.
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