NEWARK, N.J. —
The overtime was exciting, with Miller stopping Devils defenseman Andy Greene in close with about a minute to go in the five-minute session and Pominville blasting a shot off the right post seconds later.
Vanek staked the Sabres to a 1-0 lead in the second period, converting a nice pass from Tyler Ennis on a power play.
Flynn got his first midway through the third period when defenseman Andrej Sekera's shot was blocked and went directly to the rookie playing in only his fourth game.
Enroth was outstanding in making his first start since Feb. 5. The 24-year-old who was only appearing in his fourth game this season was spectacular for the opening 40 minutes, stopping all 19 shots.
His best saves in the opening period were back-to-back stops on Henrique from low in the left circle and then a quick pad stop on Elias' uncontested rebound from point-blank range.
While Hedberg faced just 14 shots in the first two periods, he was back in form after a bad outing in a 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay on Tuesday — a game in which he was taken out after giving up three goals on 11 shots in 33 minutes.
The 39-year-old goaltender, who has started the last seven games with Martin Brodeur sidelined with a sore back, got a little lucky early when Cody Hodgson clanged one off the crossbar.
Hedberg, however, made a nice pad save on John Scott on a first-period counterattack, and a good skate save on Hodgson.
Enroth came up with his second great stop on a rebound attempt when he slid across the crease to stop Clarkson after making the initial save on Elias.
NOTES: The Devils made a number of lineup changes. Defensemen Henrik Tallinder (lower body) and Adam Larsson were scratched and Peter Harrold and Anton Volchenkov replaced them. It was Harrold's second game this season, while Volchenkov had been a healthy scratch for four straight. ... RW Tom Kostopoulos made his Devils debut after being claimed on waived from Pittsburgh. Sabres RW Patrick Kaleta served the second game in his 5-game suspension for boarding Rangers C Brad Richards. ... Buffalo C Jochen Hecht was scratched for the first time this season.