Found October 25, 2012 on Queen City Sports:
As this week has transpired two more of the Sabres European contingent have procured work elsewhere.  Jhonas Enroth has finally found a suitor for his goaltending talents as he has inked a deal with Huddinge of the Swedish tier 3 league. Finnish forward Ville Leino has also returned to the ice, but not overseas.  Tomorrow night he will join Blackhawks alumni as they host a charity game to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities.  The contest will be a Chicago versus the World format, and current Sabres winger Ville Leino will be playing on the World team.  Buffalo native Patrick Kane will skate for Chicago as will former Sabres defenseman Brian Campbell.  The goal of the event is to raise $25,000. Enroth will return to play in native Sweden(Getty Images)   Buffalo prospect and current Quebec Rempart Mikhail Grigorenko will partake in this year’s 2012 Subway Super Series as part of the Russian Junior team.  Grigorenko will suit up alongside fellow 2012 first round draft picks Nail Yakupov and Andrei Vasilevski.  The series will start November 5th and will pit CHL all stars against the Russian Junior Team as a precursor to the World Junior Hockey Championships. On Tuesday night the Sabres AHL affiliate the Rochester Americans were victorious over rival Hamilton at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo.  Buffalo fans that flocked to the FNC were part of the 10,936 in attendance that was the largest crowd for an Amerks game since the locked out season of 2004 when Rochester played three games at what was then HSBC Arena.  Sabres center Cody Hodgson scored his first goal with the Amerks in the win and Marcus Foligno added an assist to match Cody for the team lead in points with 9 apiece in 6 games. Unfortunately no new information has surfaced regarding the type or severity of Tyler Ennis’s injury, however he was kept out of SC Langnau’s game against Davos on Tuesday night.  This would indicate the ailment is more than just a nick or a bruise.  However without any more details other than being an injury scratch it is all just speculation. Below are updated statistics for Sabres players playing elsewhere at the moment.  Jhonas Enroth has not played a game yet in Sweden and is not listed below.  Also given his season ending injury Corey Tropp has been removed from the list.   Player League Team GP G A P +/- PIM Joel Armia SM-Liiga Porin Assat 15 7 4 11 3 12 Mikhail Grigorenko QMJHL Quebec Remparts 12 10 14 24 11 4 Christian Ehrhoff DEL Krefeld Penguins 11 6 3 9 4 16 Andrej Sekera KHL HC Slovan Bratislava 6 0 2 2 0 2 Thomas Vanek EBEL Graz 99ers 6 3 5 8 -2 2 Brayden McNabb AHL Rochester Americans 6 0 4 4 2 4 Cody Hodgson AHL Rochester Americans 6 1 8 9 1 0 Zemgus Girgensons AHL Rochester Americans 6 0 1 1 0 6 Luke Adam AHL Rochester Americans 6 1 2 3 1 2 Marcus Foligno AHL Rochester Americans 6 5 4 9 1 6 TJ Brennan AHL Rochester Americans 6 4 4 8 -5 10 Tyler Ennis NLA SC Langnau Tigers 2 0 1 1 1 0 Alexander Sulzer DEL ERC Ingolstadt Panthers 2 0 1 1 2 0 Tyler Myers EBEL EC KAC 2 0 0 0 0 0 Follow me on twitter @SabreHess, and sign up for the QCS newsletter (home page) to stay updated with news from your favorite Buffalo teams. The post Sabres APB, Stat Updates appeared first on Queen City Sports.

Brett Hull trolls the entire city of Buffalo with this brilliant “No Goal” Jack-o’-lantern

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