Jack Eichel unfortunately missed the beginning of the season with a high ankle sprain, but since his return to the game on Nov 29th, he has scored more goals than Connor McDavid and is tied on points with him. That's the beauty of data, you can cherry pick anything to fit any narrative.
Fans of the Buffalo Sabres will enjoy lead actor Jason Jones (playing Nate Parker Jr.) standing in a bar and getting mad about the Buffalo Sabres selecting Drew Stafford in the 2004 NHL Draft. In the show, he plays a Syracuse, NY native and yells that the Sabres need help on the blue line, referencing leaving "Game Over Green" on the board, a nickname for defenseman Mike Green, taken by Washington in that same draft at #29.
Article from Puck Daddy about the Sabres wasting an excellent season by Sir Jack.
Maybe you've seen the Eichel Tower on Twitter, maybe you haven't. But this story of a young fan, inspired by a Dan Dunleavy call, meeting his hero when the Sabres visited Nashville will make you remember what it's like to be a kid in love with your team and your favorite player. Kudos to the Sabres video team for creating another gem.
Ryan O'Reilly gave the Sabres a two-goal lead in the second period, deflecting a high shot from Rasmus Ristolainen into the goal.
Kyle Okposo did all the hard work on this one, and deserved his goal too. Sabres lead Senators 1-0 after the first period.
Oops, no more Bro'Reilly. Who centers the fourth line tonight?
Jack Eichel completed the Sabres late comeback last night with the dagger in overtime! Buffalo scored twice in the last six minutes of regulation to resurrect an otherwise lost season.
Watch Robin Lehner make this diving save, and Rick Jeanneret can barely believe it, before the Montreal crowd gives him a standing ovation.
The much-maligned Zach Bogosian scored the game winner as the Sabres beat the Habs 3-2 in overtime in Montreal.