MONTREAL -- Catch your breath. Here's a another look at the 10-round shootout here Tuesday night. After we roll the highlight film, check out the list of notes we've compiled below.
Round 1: Desharnais GOAL (1-0 Montreal), Stafford save
Round 2: Plekanac GOAL (2-0 Montreal), Vanek GOAL (2-1)
Round 3: Gionta wide, Ennis GOAL (2-2)
Round 4: Pouliot wide, Pominville save
Round 5: Pacioretty GOAL (3-2), Gerbe GOAL (3-3)
Round 6: Gomez save, Connolly save
Round 7: Subban goalpost, Myers save
Round 8: Kostitsyn save, Byron save
Round 9: Pyatt save, Leopold crossbar
Round 10: Wisniewski miss, Hecht GOAL (4-3)
---The seven combined goals tied the NHL record set several times.
---The 10 rounds were one shy of Buffalo's record of 11, set in a loss to Colorado on Jan. 8, 2010 in HSBC Arena. The score in that shootout was also 4-3.
---The Sabres became the first team in NHL history to win a game in which they trailed, 2-0, in regulation and 2-0 in a shootout.
---The Sabres won a shootout in which they trailed, 2-0, for the first time. The only other team to do that was Washington vs Pittsburgh on March 24, 2010.
---The Sabres are an NHL-best 5-0 in shootouts this year.
---Jhonas Enroth's first three career wins are in shootouts. No other goalie's first two have been in shootouts.
---The Sabres got goals from Thomas Vanek, Tyler Ennis and Nathan Gerbe when a save by Carey Price would have ended the game and given Montreal the win.
---Jason Pominville, Tim Connolly, Tyler Myers, Paul Byron and Jordon Leopold were all stopped by Price when a goal would have ended the game in Buffalo's favor. Leopold hit the crossbar.
---The Canadiens missed their last five chances before Jochen Hecht won it for Buffalo.
(Kudos to Sabres information guru Kevin Snow for a lot of this info)