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BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
There've been some reports coming from mainstream media outlets today stating that Mikhail Grigorenko has to stay with the Sabres for the remainder of the season if he plays another NHL game. This is simply not true. It's just a question of whether or not the club is willing to count this as Year One of his entry level contract.
Granted, it's not common for a team...
via John Vogl of the Buffalo News,
Sabres right wing Patrick Kaleta didn’t get to see the wild ending. He was taken to the hospital for precautionary tests after suffering a neck injury in the first period.
Kaleta made a pass along the boards and turned his back as Mike Brown barreled in. The Toronto forward followed through his hit and was assessed a boarding penalty...
Dual plot lines running in Washington today.
Thomas Vanek's back strain will not allow him to play today.
Rookie Mikhail Grigorenko will play his fifth game if his NHL tryout. Grigo will get top six minutes playing with Ott and Stafford.
More to come....
Should he stay or should he go?
Darcy Regier and Lindy Ruff have a serious decision to make right now.
To keep Mikhail Grigorenko in Buffalo to finish what he has started. Or, send him back to the Quebec Remparts to continue his junior hockey career?
The decision is a no-brainer to me. You keep the kid and let him flourish in Buffalo. Were it not forTyler Ennisâ offensive awakenin...
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BUFFALO -- With the final seconds of overtime ticking away, Matt Frattin looked up ice and saw some members of the Buffalo Sabres making a line change. He pressed forward for one final chance -- and he was rewarded handsomely for it. Frattin scored the game-winning goal with 1.5 seconds left in overtime Tuesday night, leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to a dramatic 4-3 win over...
BUFFALO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs won in dramatic fashion over the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday night, 4-3, with Matt Frattin's late overtime winner. Frattin chipped the winner past Ryan Miller with just 1.5 seconds remaining in overtime. Frattin had two goals for the Leafs, including his overtime strike. On the goal, he drove past Sabres defenseman Jordan Leopold and went hard...
late in the first period of an evenly played 1-1 game, Leafs numb skull, Mike Brown, took 4-5 strides and wasted Patrick Kaleta from behind on the wall.
Kaleta was shaken up on the play. His teammate, Mike Weber, wasted little time tracking down Brown to give the Leaf cement head a piece of his fists and his mind.
Thanks, Leafs TV
Kaleta would go to the Sabres room after the punk...