BUFFALO, N.Y. — Bobby Ryan and Kyle Turris scored during a shootout, helping the Ottawa Senators beat the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Turris scored in the first round to match Sam Reinhart’s tally, and then Ryan put Ottawa ahead in the second round. Mike Condon stopped Brian Gionta on Buffalo’s final attempt and finished with 31 saves.

Ryan Dzingel got a tying goal for Ottawa 7:15 into the second period.

Nicholas Baptiste scored for Buffalo, and Robin Lehner made 28 saves while the Sabres lost their second straight.

Buffalo controlled the action throughout overtime. Condon made eight saves while the Senators did not have a shot on goal. Zemgus Girgensons got a point-blank shot past Condon with 27 seconds remaining, but the puck ricocheted off the back of Condon’s skate and the left post.

Baptiste gave Buffalo a 1-0 lead 2:49 into the first. Derek Grant’s faceoff win and a quick pass from Cole Schneider set up Baptiste’s wrist shot from the left circle. It was Baptiste’s second career goal.

The Senators tied it when Dzingel split defensemen Dmitry Kulikov and Rasmus Ristolainen, and lifted a shot from the left slot over Lehner’s blocker.

Buffalo killed three penalties spanning 4:36 in the second period, including a five-on-three that lasted 1:24.

Forward Evander Kane returned to the Sabres’ top line after missing 11 games with cracked ribs, but Buffalo was still without center Ryan O’Reilly, who missed the game with an undisclosed injury.

BLUE JACKETS 3, DUCKS 2: Zach Werenski scored 1:21 into overtime after Columbus blew a two-goal lead, helping the Blue Jackets escape with a victory at home.

Brandon Saad had a goal and an assist, and Boone Jenner got his first score this season for Columbus, which won its fourth straight at home and ran its point streak to five (4-0-1). Sergei Bobrovsky made 30 saves.

Anaheim’s Nick Ritchie tied it at 2 early in the third period after Rickard Rakell scored late in the second. John Gibson made 15 stops.

In overtime Alexander Wennberg – who got his 12th assist – spun with the puck at the left faceoff dot, hitting Werenski with a pass in stride in the slot. The rookie defenseman snapped a shot by Gibson for his third goal.