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Below are the updated Sabres statistics from over the weekend. Tyler Myers was held pointless in his Austrian debut, while Christian Ehrhoff and Thomas Vanek remained hot across the pond.
Closer to home in Rochester forwards Marcus Foligno and Cody Hodgson, as well as defenseman TJ Brennan have continued to rack up points, all averaging better than a point per game.
Also it seems every time I update these stats I’m also reporting an injury. Last week it was Corey Tropp’s season ending knee injury, this week it’s Tyler Ennis who has been injured. I do not know the type or severity of his ailment, but Ennis was scratched from the Tigers game over the past weekend. SC Langnau’s next contest is tomorrow night on the road against HC Davos. More information about Tyler’s injury should be released before then and it will be interesting to see if Ennis makes the trip to Davos.
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Also, MSG will be airing some classic Sabres games
This was posted yesterday on the Sabres' website:
BUFFALO, N.Y. (October 22, 2012) --- The Buffalo Sabres today announced that MSG will be airing classic Sabres games Monday nights at 8 p.m., beginning tonight with the...
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