New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Domantas Sabonis had 14 points and 10 rebounds and 10th-ranked Gonzaga held off St. Johns down the stretch to record a 73-66 victory and capture the NIT Season Tip-Off. Gary Bell Jr. added 13 points and Byron Wesley scored 12 to help the Bulldogs (6-0) remain undefeated with a hard-earned result in front of a pro-St. Johns crowd on the Red Storms home court of Madison Square Garden. The Red Storm whittled a 15-point second-half deficit down to three in the final minute and had a chance to tie it late. However, DAngelo Harrison was called for an offensive foul with Gonzaga clinging to a 69-66 lead with 15 seconds to play. Phil Greene IV sparked the Red Storms near-comeback by netting 13 of his 20 points after halftime. Rysheed Jordan finished with 18 points and Harrison had 15 for St. Johns (4-1). Gonzaga appeared well on its way to a sixth straight double-digit triumph to open the season after building a 56-41 lead with nine minutes left. The Bulldogs then got sloppy with the ball and missed several foul shots, however, and St. Johns capitalized to get back in it. The Red Storm put together an 11-2 run, during which Gonzaga had three giveaways and went 0-of-3 from the line, to pull within 58-52 with less than 5 1/2 minutes to play. The margin was slimmer when Greene canned a pair of 3- pointers around a Wesley layup, with the second cutting the lead to 69-66 with a minute remaining. Gonzaga came up empty on its ensuing trip down the court, but Kyle Dranginis denied Jordans baseline drive and the ball went out of bounds to the Bulldogs with 26.9 seconds showing. However, Greene pressured the inbounds pass, which landed off the right knee of Bell to give St. Johns possession with an opportunity to tie. Harrison dribbled into the lane but was whistled for pushing off, though, and Kevin Pangos hit two free throws on the other end to seal the outcome for Gonzaga. The Bulldogs committed 17 turnovers and were plagued by miscues early on, giving the ball away four times in the games first 3 1/2 minutes. They trailed 20-19 with 7:24 remaining in the opening half after 3-pointers by Jordan and Myles Stewart sparked an 8-2 Red Storm run. Gonzaga then asserted control via an 8-0 spurt that Sabonis capped with a run- out slam off a Pangos feed, and never trailed thereafter. The Bulldogs held a 33-26 lead late in the first half before Jordan capped a 13-point period with a layup that pulled St. Johns within five at the break. Greenes basket just over four minutes into the second half had the Red Storm down just 40-37, but St. Johns didnt hit another field goal for nearly six minutes as Gonzaga embarked on a 13-1 tear. Bell had six points during the surge, which Kyle Wiltjer capped with a layup to stake Gonzaga to a 53-38 advantage midway through the final period. Game Notes Gonzaga is off to its third 6-0 start under head coach Mark Few, having previously done so in 2008-09 and 2012-13 ... Pangos tallied 11 points and nine assists but had three turnovers after committing just one over the Bulldogs first five games ... St. Johns forward Chris Obekpa had just one point in 22 minutes before fouling out with 6:41 left ... Gonzaga has won its last four meetings with the Red Storm, the most recent occurring in the Second Round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament. John Hannah Jersey . According to TSN Edmonton reporter Ryan Rishaug, agent Rick Valette met with Oilers senior VP of hockey operations Scott Howson and general manager Craig MacTavish on Monday to kick off the talks. 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DAgostinis rebound goal at 11:49 of the third period lifted the Sabres to their fifth straight home win, a 2-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night. "Were never going for pretty," DAgostini said. Linus Omark found Steve Ott to the right of Devils goaltender Cory Schneider. Otts shot rebounded into the crease and DAgostini poked it into the net. "We kinda talked about getting inside on them a little more," DAgostini said. "Myself, Ive been skating good and getting shots but mostly from the outside. Getting inside and getting to the net is where you get most goals in this league." Matt Moulson also scored a power-play goal and Ryan Miller made 21 saves for the Sabres. Michael Ryder scored his 13th goal of the season for New Jersey, which has lost back-to-back games in regulation. Buffalos struggling power play broke out of its slump. They entered the game with just one goal in their past 22 power plays and had gone three games without converting with the man advantage. "It was a good feeling to get a couple on the power play tonight and it was just a matter of taking the puck to the net," defenceman Tyler Myers said. "Both goals we had a guy take the puck in and we had guys crashing and banging away. Thats what we have to do if we want to score." The Devils took two penalties in three minutes late in the second period. New Jersey forced a turnover and had two players alone on Miller during the first penalty, but Miller stopped Adam Henriques shot. "I want to be there to make a difference," Miller said. "If I had to come up with a few saves here and there, and thats one of them, I was happy to make it." The save injected some energy into the home crowd, as well as the Sabres. "The guys definitely feel the energy," Miller said. "Its important to hear that the crowds behind you and thats definitely one of those instances." Buffalo scored on the next opportunity. With 31 seconds left in the second period, Moulson shot a rebound past Schneider for his 14th goal of the season. "We need to keep doing that," Moulson said. "Get pucks to the net, get guys driving to the net and get those dirty goals." It was Buffalos first reegulation goal against New Jersey in more than 135 minutes of play going back to April 7, 2013.dddddddddddd The Sabres took a too many men penalty 6:03 into the third period and Myers was penalized two minutes for an illegal hit to the head of Dainius Zubrus less than a minute later. "I wondered why that wasnt a five-minute major but I didnt get an explanation for that," Devils coach Peter DeBoer said. New Jersey had a 5-on-3 advantage and tied the game at the 7:46 mark when Ryder shot a loose puck over Millers shoulder. The Devils have scored a power-play goal in consecutive games after going without one for four games. With 10:03 gone in the third, Zubrus shoved Myers into the Sabres goal post and was called for interference. "You cant retaliate," DeBoer said. "He knows that. I think its too easy a target to pin the loss on him. I think the loss is pinned on the fact we couldnt score 5-on-5." On the ensuing power play, DAgostini backhanded a rebound past Schneider for his first goal in 26 games, dating back to April 18. "Now Im at one," DAgostini said. "As long as youre getting the chances, sooner or later theyll start falling for you. Hopefully Im on the other side now." Ott and Omark assisted on the goal, Omarks first point with the team since being acquired from the Edmonton Oilers on Dec. 19. Buffalo scored multiple power-play goals for just the second time this season, dating back to Oct. 8 against Tampa Bay. The Sabres got the games first power play when Steve Bernier interfered with Tyler Ennis in front of the Devils net. Myers had the best chance of the power play, but Schneider made the save with his blocker. Eight minutes into the second period, Brian Flynn was one-on-one with Schneider off a pass from Omark, but the Devils goaltender kicked away his backhand shot. Miller has won his past six home games, allowing just eight goals. The teams combined for just 11 shots on goal in the first period, with seven going to the Devils. NOTES: Devils LW Patrik Elias missed his second consecutive game with an upper body injury sustained Tuesday against Pittsburgh. ... Buffalo C Zenon Konopka played his first game for the club since being claimed off waivers from Minnesota on Friday. ... Devils assistant coach Mike Foligno is a former Sabre and father of Buffalo LW Marcus Foligno. 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