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TYSON STRACHAN RUMORS

Amerks’ Tyson Strachan offers Sabres depth

BUFFALO – Tyson Strachan’s only human, you know. So while the veteran said his confidence never wavered looking for work during the summer, thoughts about his uncertain future crept into his head. As the weeks dragged on without a contract, the gritty former Sabres defenseman wondered if he might have to play overseas or complete his degree at Ohio State University. “I’d...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
October 19, 2016

Amerks sign Tyson Strachan to AHL contract

Two years ago, when the Sabres signed Tyson Strachan to a two-way contract, the defenseman ended up staying in Buffalo the entire season, playing 46 games. Strachan, 31, never made it the minors. This year, however, he should see regular duty with the Rochester Americans, as they inked the veteran to a one-year AHL contract today. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Strachan adds some much-needed...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
September 14, 2016

New team, same message as Wild's Strachan reaches out to aid animals

Although aggressive on the ice, Minnesota Wild defenseman Tyson Strachan certainly has a softer side away from the rink.The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Strachan joined fiancee Kate Ankoviak in developing Strachan's Strays, a non-profit group which stresses raising awareness and educating individuals on pet homelessness as its primary goals."Fans have embraced it everywhere we’ve gone,...
Via FOX Sports
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Wild give two-way contracts to Strachan, Knight

One day after signing several players, the Wild were back at it again Thursday, agreeing on one-year, two-way contracts with defenseman Tyson Strachan and forward Jared Knight. Strachan has played in 184 NHL games with St. Louis, Florida, Washington and Buffalo. Last season with the Sabres, he set career highs in games (46), points (5) and penalty minutes (44). In his career, Strachan...
Via Fox Sports North
July 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Tensions Flare, Goals Plentiful in Early Going in Buffalo

Tyson Strachan #24 of the Buffalo Sabres chases the puck as Rick Nash #61 of the New York Rangers loses his balance along the boards on March 14, 2015 at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York. (Mandatory Credit: Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images) The Buffalo Sabres are up 2-1 against the Washington Capitals after a contentious first period of play. Tyler Ennis buried his...
Via The Sports Journal
March 16, 2015  |  Discuss
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