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Nick Baptiste scores early in return to Sabres

BUFFALO – A positive trend has developed in the last few months for the Sabres. Each time they recall one of their forward prospects from the Rochester Americans, the youngsters make a strong case to stick around. Rookies Justin Bailey, William Carrier and Evan Rodrigues have all seized their opportunities and started earning regular NHL duty. After speedy winger Nick Baptiste’s...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
9 days ago

Sabres recall Justin Bailey

Bailey is getting another shot at the NHL thanks to an injury to William Carrier. For most of the season, William Carrier has been the first younger prospect on the call-up list from Rochester. Thanks to a fight last night where he injured his hand, Carrier will be out tomorrow night and the Sabres have recalled Justin Bailey in his place. Buffalo native @JustinBailey95 has...
Via Die By The Blade
December 30, 2016

WATCH: Gotta See It: McQuaid & Carrier completely ignore refs trying to break up fight

Watch as Adam McQuaid and William Carrier continue to fight even though the referees try to break it up.
Via SportsNetCanada
December 29, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Backes leaves game after hit to head by Carrier

David Backes would need some help getting to the dressing room after a hit to the head by William Carrier.
Via SportsNetCanada
December 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Should William Carrier be on the Sabres top line?

What do you think? There has been plenty of debate in recent days regarding rookie William Carrier, who has been getting some high-profile minutes on the Buffalo Sabres top line alongside Ryan O’Reilly and Kyle Okposo (who might be replaced by Sam Reinhart going forward). His basic stats summary - played 17 NHL games so far, with 1G, 1A and a +2 on 25 shots and 6 PIM, averaging...
Via Die By The Blade
December 13, 2016

Sabres rookie William Carrier skating with top talents

BUFFALO – When William Carrier earns ice time flanking center Ryan O’Reilly and a top winger, the Sabres rookie has a straightforward assignment to help his talented linemates. “He’s just going, head down, bruising the way for those guys to get pucks and play with that puck,” Sabres coach Dan Bylsma said. That means goals haven’t been priority for the 6-foot-2, 212-pound...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
December 11, 2016

Speed, tenacity earned William Carrier recall to Sabres

BUFFALO – If William Carrier had stayed healthy late last season, the Sabres prospect likely would’ve earned his first trip to the NHL. But Carrier, an often overlooked winger, broke his hand in March. When this season started, the Sabres passed on him twice to recall Justin Bailey and Nick Baptiste. Carrier, meanwhile, kept impressing in the AHL, compiling three goals and four...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
November 04, 2016

Sabres prospect William Carrier close to making NHL

BUFFALO – By around mid-March, it looked imminent. William Carrier, the often overshadowed Sabres prospect, was about to earn his first NHL recall from the Rochester Americans. In a 21-game stretch, Carrier scored nine goals and 20 points. Before his torrid run, Carrier had compiled only 11 goals and 31 points in his first 94 AHL contests. “One good game, two good games – it...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
July 07, 2016

Hockey tough guy slams AHL rookie's head to ice

The season is young, but we have our first nominee for most disgusting fight tactic in a hockey dust-up. Call it a minor-league move in a minor-league game as Adirondack Flames tough guy Trevor Gillies went after William Carrier of the Amerks in Rochester, N.Y., on Friday and slammed the AHL rookie's head into the ice. There was 3:09 left in a game won 6-1 by Rochester, and Gillies...
Via FOX Sports
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Hockey goon slams opponent's head into ice during AHL fight (VIDEO)

During Friday night's AHL game between the Adirondack Flames and Rochester Americans, Trevor Gillies grabbed forward William Carrier's head and bashed it into the ice.  And it might be one of the most dastardly hockey goon moves you will ever see in the rink — which says a lot. The 35-year-old Gillies — whose NHL career spanned a whole 42 games with the Islanders during his...
Via The Other Paper
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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