Stop the presses... the Sabres have a winning streak. Buffalo scored four times before Tampa could get one past Ryan Miller and won their second straight, 4-2 in Tampa Tuesday night. Two pretty plays got Buffalo on the board in the first. Jochen Hecht fed Clarke McArthur on the left post for an easy tap-in and a 1-0 lead. McArthur gave back later in the period, skating across the slot and pushing a pass to Jason Pominville, who wristed the puck home. In the second, Toni Lydmans flip from the point was deflected by Drew Stafford and in. Derek Roy completed the Buffalo scoring on a power play late in the second. The personified Tampas night. Roy had three wacks at the puck to squeeze it between the goalie and the right post with three Lightning simply watching the play. Tampa scored on a 5-on-3 power play with less than a minute left in the second period and added another in the third, but got no closer. The Sabres go for three straight wins Wednesday night in Florida.