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BUFFALO, N.Y. - Brad Marchands status was a game-time decision that paid off for the Boston Bruins.His availability was in question due an undisclosed injury, but Marchand had two goals, including at 1:20 of overtime, and the Boston Bruins won their third straight road game with a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night.It was all depending on how I felt, Marchand said. When I got out there I felt pretty good. Its going to take a lot to miss a game so I was pretty happy that I was able to play.After starting the season with just three points in 11 games, Marchand also picked up an assist to double his season point total.And his game-tying goal in the third period was unconventional; The goal at 14:30 of the third period was reviewed after he redirected Loui Erikssons shot past Enroth with his hand.But the score stood.I know it did hit my arm there so I was definitely nervous, Marchand said. I was hoping no one would see it on the replay, but it got in and luckily they called it a goal.Drew Stafford and Tyler Ennis each had a goal and an assist for the Sabres, who remain winless at home this season.Adam McQuaid also scored for the Bruins, and Niklas Svedberg made 13 saves for his second win of the season. Both came against Buffalo.Jhonas Enroth made 34 saves for Buffalo, and at times had Boston frustrated. Despite outplaying the Sabres for long stretches, the Bruins watched as Buffalo scored on two of three second-period shots.The three shots is great, but the two goals is not so much, Bruins coach Claude Julien said.Buffalos first power-play goal of the season came on its 34th opportunity, as Stafford received a cross-ice pass from Ennis, who had skated from behind the net. Svedberg could not get across in time to stop Staffords wrist shot at the 5:12 of the second.Thats something you need to take pride in, Chris Stewart said. Its just embarrassing, unacceptable to go 0-for this long.The Bruins tied the game at 11:36 when McQuaids shot deflected off Mike Weber and past Enroths left skate.Marcus Foligno created a breakaway with about five minutes remaining in the period, and stepped around Bruins defenceman Dougie Hamilton before Svedberg stopped a low shot with his right pad.Buffalo retook the lead at 16:25 of the second off a three-way play started by Stafford in his zone. His bank shot off the boards found Torrey Mitchell on a 2-on-1 break with Ennis, who finished the chance with a hard wrister.It was good to get a point against Boston, Ennis said. We wanted two points, but we got to stay positive.The Bruins referred to the victory as a character win that includes what they hope will be Marchands breakout performance.He can be pretty slippery, but hes been playing a lot on the outside with the puck and without it and it doesnt bode well for him, Julien said. 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That sent Ortiz sprawling to the ground near Collazos corner and when he was unable to get up, he was counted out. Collazo recorded his 18th career knockout and the former WBA welterweight champion recorded his first knockout before the third round in nearly nine years. After finishing off Ortiz, he made it clear whom he wants next and where he wants it to happen. "I want Floyd Mayweather, in New York City, I want what the fans want!" Collazo said in an in-ring interview. "I want him to come to the Barclays Center here in Brooklyn." Collazo, however, is more likely to fight fellow welterweights Keith Thurman and Marcos Madana, Adrien Broner and Amir Khan. "It opens the door," Collazo said "Like I said before, the fight here was my future and now its going to open up my future. The quick ending spoiled Ortizs bid from two setbacks that derailed his promising ascent up the welterweight chain. According to Collazo, Ortiz also seemed to overlook this fight and said that he would retire after losing. "Absolutely (he overlooked me)," Collazo said. "(I got his attention) when I landed that hook and he didnt get up. "Imm just a competitive person.dddddddddddd I dont like losing and I took care of business." "Between me and him, he told me he was going to retire after this. Lets see if he keeps his word. Lets see what happens." Ortiz, who turns 27 Friday, was the welterweight champion following a unanimous decision over Andre Berto on April 16, 2011. In his first title defence, he was knocked out in the fourth round by Mayweather five months later and then broke his jaw in gruesome fashion during the ninth round against Josesito Lopez on June 23, 2012, in Los Angeles. Besides training in the last 19-month absence, Ortiz made appearances on ABCs "Dancing With the Stars" and spent time in Bulgaria filming a part in the movie "Expendables Three" "Im good. I got caught, its no big deal," Ortiz said. "It happens. Im just one of the fighters and I put my heart out there." In the co-main event, super welterweight Eddie Gomez (16-0) won a unanimous decision over Daquan Arnett (11-1) in a 10-round fight, taking the bout with scores of 98-91, 97-92 and 97-92. The Bronx native briefly dropped Arnett in the seventh round with a hard right hook to the face, but despite a flurry of punches in the final minute of the round he was unable to produce his 11th career knockout. In the first televised fight on the card, super featherweight Gary Russell Jr. (24-0) recorded his 14th career knockout when he stopped Miguel Tamayo 1:04 into the fourth round. Russell finished the fight by forcing Tamayo into a corner and the fight ended after he landed three consecutive hard right hooks. Promoters said 8,050 attended the fight. 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