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In what had to be the funniest, and worst, shootouts one will see, the Buffalo Sabres perfect preseason came to an end with a 3-2 shootout loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs in front of a sellout crowd of 19,070 at First Niagara Center.
Jay McClement was the only shooter of the 30 players who took a shot in the shootout to score a goal.
After a scoreless opening period...
Finishing off this top-10. I won't be posting until Monday so I wanted to get this thing out before then. Thinking of doing other teams. Will decide on the order later.
6. Mark Pysyk : 23rd Overall, 2010, 21 years old, 6â1 198lbs, Rochester Americans in the AHL
Pysyk doesnât have the higher potential of some of the guys in the top-5 which is why he just misses...
Reggie Sekera is in the starting lineup tonight, as is Big John Scott.
Thomas Vanek will sit this one out while he nurses his upper body muscle strain.
Mark Pysyk and Brian Flynn will be the healthy scratches for Buffalo.
from Kevin Oklobzija of the News and Democrat, For the three dozen prospects of the Buffalo Sabres — from rookie first-round draft picks Mikhail Grigorenko, Zemgus Girgensons and Mark Pysyk to the returning members of the Rochester Americans — development camp started out as a day at the beach.
The players may not like the beach anymore.
Summer hockey camp has become boot camp...
Sabres top defensive prospect, Mark Pysyk assisted on a goal and played well in his end as his Edmonton Oil Kings scored a first round win over the host Shawinigan squad at the Mastercard Memorial Cup on Friday night.
Four different Oil Kings registered a goal as Edmonton went on to defeat the hometown Cataractes.
The Oil Kings were the first to get on the board at 2:41. Kristians...
Edmonton Oil Kings’ captain, and Buffalo Sabres prospect defenceman Mark Pysyk has been named the WHL player of the week on Monday.
Pysyk’s late game heroics Thursday night saw the Oil Kings take a 3-2 series lead when Pysyk scored with less than a minute on the clock in what may have been the most important game of the series for the Oil Kings. Had the Oil Kings fallen 3-2...
The Edmonton Oil Kings’ captain Mark Pysyk was drafted in the first round, 23rd overall by the Buffalo Sabres in the 2010 NHL entry draft after years of hard work with the Oil Kings. After an invite and strong Team Canada camp this summer, the young defenceman even stood a small chance of making the big club this year because he’s been developing quite nicely. Through the Oil...