Found March 23, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
When Pat Kaleta hurt his hand in Tampa on Monday night, Darcy Regier called Rochester for gritty forward Travis Turnbull. He played his first NHL game vs. Montreal. He scored his first NHL goal in Manhattan in a money game vs. Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers. Drew Stafford scored this beauty to give the Sabres the lead Tyler Ennis scored his 12th of the season to...
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