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The Buffalo Sabres may own the Eastern Conference's best record, but they have one of the worst marks against the Ottawa Senators.

The Sabres try to snap a four-game losing streak versus the Senators on Wednesday when the Northeast Division rivals meet for the sixth time this season.

Buffalo (36-15-4) is opening a season-high six-game homestand that begins and ends with games against the Senators (30-21-3). The Sabres, who lead the East by four points over New Jersey, are 17-7-2 at HSBC Arena and going for their fourth straight win there, but they have dropped three of their last four at home versus Ottawa.

The Senators have won four in a row overall against the Sabres, outscoring them 17-7 and converting 39.1 percent (9 of 23) of their power-play opportunities. Ottawa has thwarted 20 of Buffalo's 22 chances in that span.

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