The Sabres kept their playoff hopes alive with a come from behind 6-5 OT win over the Leafs at First Niagara Center Tuesday night. Toronto mounted an early lead with three goals in the first only to watch Buffalo chip away the following period. The Sabres fought to get back in the game, scoring two in the second. The teams’ battle back and forth resulted in a 5-5 tie after regulation. Derek Roy beat Leafs’ goalie, Ben Scrivens, on the rebound for Buffalo’s overtime victory. Scrivens had 39 saves in the losing effort. The Sabres picked up two huge points to match Washington in the Eastern Conference with two games remaining in the regular season.