SABRES ASSIGN FEDUN TO ROCHESTER

BUFFALO, N.Y. (February 19, 2017) — The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team has assigned defenseman Taylor Fedun to the Rochester Americans (AHL).

Game Preview: 2/19/17 vs. CHI

GAME-DAY RESOURCES

Game Notes NHL Stats Press Clips

LAST GAME
Saturday, February 18
St. Louis 2 at Buffalo 3
Goals: Baptiste, Kane, O’Reilly
Goalie: Lehner (37 saves/39 shots)
PP: 1/6; PK: 3/3; Shots: St. Louis 39 – Buffalo 28

CURRENT INJURIES – (Man Games Lost: 291)
Player (injury, first game missed) – total games missed

Cody McCormick (blood clots, Oct. 13; injured reserve) – 59 games
Johan Larsson (wrist, Jan. 3; injured reserve) – 23 games
William Carrier (knee, Feb.4; injured reserve) – 9 games
Zemgus Girgensons (middle body, Feb. 9; injured reserve) – 6 games
Derek Grant (shoulder, Feb. 18; injured reserve) – 1 game
Sam Reinhart (illness, Feb. 18) – 1 game

TRANSACTIONS IN PAST 7 DAYS
2/12:
Activated D Zach Bogosian from IR; Placed F Zemgus Girgensons on IR
2/18: Recalled F Nicholas Baptiste from Rochester (AHL); Placed F Derek Grant on IR

UPCOMING GAMES
Saturday, Feb. 25:
Buffalo at Colorado, 10 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 26: Buffalo at Arizona, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 28: Nashville at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Thursday, March 2: Arizona at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 4: Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 7 p.m.

TONIGHT’S GAME
BLACKHAWKS AT SABRES

  • This is the second of two meetings between the Sabres and Blackhawks this season.
  • Last meeting: Chicago defeated Buffalo 4-3 (OT) in Chicago on Jan. 5.
  • The Sabres are 0-8-2 in their last 10 games vs. the Blackhawks, 5-4-1 at home.
  • This is the 119th game all-time between Buffalo and Chicago; Buffalo has a 53-50-15 series record.
  • The Sabres are 34-17-8 at home against the Blackhawks all-time.

THIS DATE IN SABRES HISTORY

  • The Sabres are 13-8-2 all-time on February 19.
  • February 19, 1984: Bill Hajt scores the 4,000th goal in franchise history.
  • February 19, 1991: Christian Ruuttu scores the 6,000th goal in franchise history.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • With wins in their last three games, the Sabres are looking for their first four-game winning streak since Dec. 9 to 15, 2014.
  • The Sabres are looking to snap a 10-game winless streak (0-8-2) against the Blackhawks that includes a four-game losing streak at home. Their last win against the Blackhawks was a 2-1 victory in Buffalo on Dec. 11, 2009.
  • With at least a point tonight, Buffalo would have points in consecutive games against Chicago for the first time since the team went unbeaten in four straight from Dec. 13, 2002 to Dec. 15, 2007 (3-0-1).
  • Ryan O’Reilly has 19 points (7+12) in his last 19 games against the Blackhawks, including at least a point in each of his three games against Chicago as a member of the Sabres.
  • Marcus Foligno has three goals in his last three games against Chicago.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen has four assists in his last four games against the Blackhawks.
  • Robin stopped 37 of 39 shots (.949) in his only career start against Chicago on March 2, 2012.
  • If he dresses, Nicolas Deslauriers will appear in his 200th NHL game.

WHO’S HOT?

  • Ryan O’Reilly has 20 points (6+14) in his last 22 games.
  • Jack Eichel has logged 17 points (5+12) in his last 17 games, including six multi-point outings. The Sabres are 10-0-0 this season (and 19-3-0 in his career) when he has at least two points.
  • Evander Kane has 14 points (8+6) in his last 13 games.
  • Sam Reinhart has six points (2+4) in his last six games.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen has a point in seven of his last nine games (1+6), including points in each of his last four.

HOME COOKIN’

  • Ryan O’Reilly has 18 points (6+12) in his last 16 home games.
  • Sam Reinhart has 12 points (4+8) in his last 12 home games.
  • Jack Eichel has 18 points (7+11) in 19 home games this season, including six multi-point outings.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen (1+5) enters today’s game on a six-game home point streak.

HOW THE WEST WAS WON

  • Today is the Sabres’ sixth game in a stretch of eight straight home games against the Western Conference.
  • Buffalo is 14-3-3 in its last 20 home games against Western Conference opponents and 12-6-2 in all games against the West this season.
  • The Sabres are 12-5-3 in their last 20 games against the Central Division, including a 6-1-2 record in home games.
  • A win today would give Buffalo wins in five straight home games against Central/Norris Division opponents for the first time since the team won five straight against the Norris Division from Dec. 31, 1986 to March 22, 1987.

THEY’VE GOT THE POWER

  • The Sabres finished yesterday’s game ranked second in the league with a 23.0% success rate on the power play.
  • Buffalo has not finished a season ranked in the top five in power play percentage since the 2005-06 season (third, 21.2%).
  • The team’s current power-play percentage would rank as the sixth-best conversion rate in franchise history and the best since the team’s 23.6% mark in 1984-85. It would be the 40th-best season by any team since the league began publishing the stat in 1987-88.

BACK-TO-BACK
Tonight’s game wraps up Buffalo’s 11th of a league-high 19 sets of back-to-back games this season, which began with a 3-2 win last night vs. St. Louis. The Sabres are 6-3-2 in the first game of back-to-back sets and 4-5-1 in the second game so far this season. Buffalo’s point breakdown in previous back-to-back sets this season is: four points (2), three points (2), two points (3), one point (1) and zero points (2).

THE KANE EVENT
Evander Kane
has scored each of his 20 goals this season in his last 35 games, including a team-high 19 even-strength goals. Since Dec. 1, he is ranked second among all NHL skaters in goals (20), leads the league in even-strength goals (19) and ranks second in shots on goal (135).

*All rankings as of conclusion of yesterday’s game

SOPHOMORE SURGE
In their second full NHL seasons, Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart have each improved on their points per game totals from 2015-16.

2015-16

2016-17

Jack Eichel

Sam Reinhart

Jack Eichel

Sam Reinhart

G/GP

.30 (25)

.29 (24)

.34 (28)

.22 (18)

A/GP

.40 (33)

.24 (20)

.50 (41)

.41 (34)

P/GP

.69 (57)

.53 (43)

.84 (69)

.64 (52)

SOG/GP

2.9 (238)

2.1 (172)

4.0 (330)

2.3 (185)

(82-game pace in parentheses)

ASSIST-OLAINEN
Rasmus Ristolainen
finished yesterday’s game tied for 24th among all NHL skaters with 31 assists.

  • Ristolainen has recorded an assist on 22.0 percent of his teammates’ goals. Only one Sabres defenseman has ever recorded an assist on more than 20 percent of his teammates’ goals: Phil Housley (22.6%) in 1989-90.
  • Ristolainen would need to fail to record an assist on each of his teammates’ next 15 goals to fall below 20 percent.

SABRES AMONG LEAGUE-LEADERS (Sabres’ league rankings after yesterday’s game)

  • Buffalo Sabres: 22.0% PP% (2nd)
  • Eichel: 4.0 S/GP (1st)
  • Foligno: 204 hits (3rd)
  • Lehner: .926 SV% (4th), .935 EV SV% (4th)
  • Nilsson: .934 EV SV% (6th), .922 SV% (8th)
  • Okposo: 20 PPP (T-8th)
  • O’Reilly: 21:43 TOI/GP (1st, forwards), 58.0 FO% (7th)
  • Ristolainen: 18 PPA (T-1st), 27:02 TOI (4th), 20 PPP (T-8th), 31 A (T-5th, defensemen)

BUF-CHI Connections
Former Sabres:

  • Drafted by the Sabres in the sixth round of the 1997 NHL Draft, Brian Campbell played in Buffalo for parts of eight seasons (1999-00 – 2007-08). As a Sabre, Campbell tallied 176 points (32+144) in 391 games. Campbell was selected as an NHL All-Star in 2007 and 2008.

Former Blackhawks:

  • Andrew Allen served as the developmental goaltending coach in the Blackhawks’ organization from 2012-2015.

Local Players:

  • Patrick Kane was born and raised in Buffalo.

Cody Franson:

  • Represented Canada alongside Jonathan Toews at the 2007 World Junior Championship.
  • Teammates with Richard Panik for the Toronto Maple Leafs for part of the 2014-15 season.

Josh Gorges:

  • Played with Duncan Keith during the 2002-03 season for the WHL’s Kelowna Rockets.
  • Represented Canada alongside Brent Seabrook at the 2004 World Junior Championship.

Evander Kane:

  • Played with Duncan Keith for Team Canada at the 2012 World Championship.

Dmitry Kulikov:

  • Teammates with Brian Campbell for the Florida Panthers from 2011-2016.

Anders Nilsson:

  • Teammates with Dennis Rasmussen for Team Sweden at the 2010 World Junior Championship and the 2014 World Championship.

Kyle Okposo:

  • Represented the United States alongside Patrick Kane at the 2007 World Junior Championship.

Ryan O’Reilly:

  • Played with Duncan Keith for Team Canada at the 2012 World Championship.

SABRES REAL-TIME STATS LEADERS
Hits:
Foligno (204), Ristolainen (151), Gorges (99)
Blocked Shots: Ristolainen (134), McCabe (81), Gorges (78)
Shots: Kane (160), Eichel (153), Okposo (141)

SABRES’ RECORD IN 10 GAME SEGMENTS [W-L-OTL (PTS), GF/GA, PP, PK]
1-10:
4-4-2 (10), 23/24, 8/35, 26/31
11-20: 3-4-3 (9), 15/26, 6/31, 28/36
21-30: 5-3-2 (12), 31/26, 8/30, 13/24
31-40: 4-4-2 (10), 27/31, 7/34, 21/28
41-50: 4-5-1 (9), 28/33, 6/27, 21/28
51-60: 6-3-0 (12), 25/20, 6/21, 21/27

OVERTIME RESULTS (6-5; 108-110 all-time)
Oct. 18 at CGY: L, 4-3 (GWG-Monahan)
Nov. 11 vs. NJD: L, 2-1 (GWG-Greene)
Dec. 5 at WSH: L, 3-2 (GWG-Johansson)
Dec. 6 vs. EDM: W, 4-3 (GWG-Ristolainen)
Dec. 16 vs. NYI: W, 3-2 (GWG-Ristolainen)
Jan. 5 at CHI: L, 4-3 (GWG-Kane)
Jan. 20 vs. DET: W, 3-2 (GWG-Okposo)
Jan. 21 at MTL: W, 3-2 (GWG-Bogosian)
Jan. 24 at NSH: W, 5-4 (GWG-Eichel)

Feb. 2 vs. NYR: L, 2-1 (GWG-Kreider)
Feb. 7 vs. SJS: W, 5-4 (GWG-Kane)

SHOOTOUT RESULTS (1-5; 68-63 all-time)
Oct. 25 at PHI: L, 4-3 (GDG-Giroux)
Nov. 9 vs. OTT: L, 2-1 (GDG-Ryan)
Nov. 19 vs. PIT: W, 2-1 (GDG-C. O’Reilly)
Nov. 23 vs. DET: L, 2-1 (GDG-Vanek)
Dec. 17 at CAR: L, 2-1 (GDG-Stempniak)
Dec. 20 at FLA: L, 4-3 (GDG-Trocheck)

MILESTONES APPROACHING (Player … Needs … Milestone)
Games Played

Nicolas Deslauriers … 1 game … 200 NHL games
Tyler Ennis … 4 games … 400 NHL games
Dmitry Kulikov … 7 games … 500 NHL games
Goals
Tyler Ennis … 4 goals … 100 NHL goals
Assists
Brian Gionta … 6 assists … 300 NHL assists

RECENT MILESTONES
Rasmus Ristolainen … 100th NHL point … Feb. 18 vs. STL
Nicholas Baptiste … 1st NHL assist … Feb. 18 vs. STL

Post-Game Report: 2/18 vs. STL

Final Score

1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final SOG
Blues
(31-23-5)
1 0 1 2 39
Sabres
(26-23-10)
1 2 0 3 28

Game Summary

Event Summary

Top Notes

  • Today’s game was the seventh of eight afternoon games (3 p.m. ET or earlier) for the Sabres this season. The team is 5-2-0 in the first seven and was 6-3-2 in 11 afternoon games last season.
  • With the win, the Sabres have improved to 8-2-1 at home in 2017.
  • Evander Kane recorded two points (1+1) today, giving him 14 points (8+6) in his last 13 games.
    • Kane’s goal tied him for sixth in the NHL with 19 even-strength goals this season.
    • With 20 goals in 47 games this season, Kane has already matched his total from 2015-16 (65 GP).
  • Nicholas Baptiste recorded his first career multi-point game (1+1), including his first NHL assist.
  • Ryan O’Reilly’s power-play goal gave him seven points (3+4) in his last seven games, including a point in each of his last four.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen recorded his 100th NHL point with an assist on O’Reilly’s goal, becoming the third-youngest Sabres defenseman ever to reach that milestone.
  • With his assist, Jack Eichel has 17 points (5+12) in his last 17 games. He also has 18 points (7+11) in 19 home contests this season.
  • Robin Lehner stopped 37 of 39 shots and now has a .935 save percentage in 2017 (15 games).
    • As of the end of the game, his .926 save percentage ranked fourth in the NHL on the season.
  • Injury Update: Sam Reinhart missed this afternoon’s game due to an illness.

Today’s Goaltenders

Today’s Stats
Team Goaltender Decision SV% GAA
Blues
Allen L .893 3.08
Sabres Lehner W .949 2.00

 

Updated Season Stats
Team Goaltender Record SV% GAA
Blues Allen 22-15-3 .902 2.69
Sabres Lehner 17-16-6 .926 2.47

Post-Game Audio

Sabres head coach Dan Bylsma

Sabres forward Ryan O’Reilly

Sabres forward Evander Kane

Sabres forward Nicholas Baptiste

Sabres goaltender Robin Lehner

Blues head coach Mike Yeo

Blues forward Kyle Brodziak

Blues defenseman Joel Edmundson

Blues defenseman Colton Parayko

SABRES RECALL BAPTISTE

BUFFALO, N.Y. (February 13, 2017) — The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team has recalled forward Nicholas Baptiste from the Rochester Americans (AHL).

Baptiste (6’1”, 206 lbs., 8/4/1995) is currently tied for eighth in the AHL with 19 goals and has added 11 assists for 30 points in 42 games for Rochester this season. The Ottawa, Ontario native is in his second pro season and has totaled 58 points (32+26) in 104 career AHL games.

Drafted by the Sabres in the third round (69th overall) in the 2016 NHL Draft, Baptiste made his NHL debut with Buffalo this season and has two goals in 12 games during 2016-17.

Game Preview: 2/18/17 vs. STL

GAME-DAY RESOURCES

Game Notes NHL Stats Press Clips

LAST GAME
Thursday, February 16
Colorado 0 at Buffalo 2
Goals: Reinhart, Kane
Goalie: Lehner (23 saves/23 shots)
PP: 1/3; PK: 0/0; Shots: Buffalo 32 – Colorado 23

CURRENT INJURIES – (Man Games Lost: 285)
Player (injury, first game missed) – total games missed

Cody McCormick (blood clots, Oct. 13; injured reserve) – 58 games
Johan Larsson (wrist, Jan. 3; injured reserve) – 22 games
William Carrier (knee, Feb.4; injured reserve) – 8 games
Zemgus Girgensons (middle body, Feb. 9; injured reserve) – 5 games
Cody Franson (foot, Feb. 11) – 4 games
Derek Grant (shoulder, Feb. 18) – 0 games

TRANSACTIONS IN PAST 7 DAYS
2/12:
Activated D Zach Bogosian from IR; Placed F Zemgus Girgensons on IR

UPCOMING GAMES
Sunday, Feb. 19:
Chicago at Buffalo, 6 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 25: Buffalo at Colorado, 10 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 26: Buffalo at Arizona, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 28: Nashville at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Thursday, March 2: Arizona at Buffalo, 7 p.m.

TODAY’S GAME
BLUES AT SABRES

  • This is the second of two meetings between the Sabres and Blues this season.
  • Last meeting: St. Louis defeated Buffalo 4-1 in St. Louis on Nov. 15.
  • The Sabres are 1-8-1 in their last 10 games vs. the Blues, 1-9-0 at home.
  • This is the 116th game all-time between Buffalo and St. Louis; Buffalo has a 45-54-16 series record.
  • The Sabres are 30-22-6 at home against the Blues all-time.

THIS DATE IN SABRES HISTORY

  • The Sabres are 5-4-4 all-time on February 18.
  • February 18, 1971: Ron Anderson and Phil Goyette both contribute three points in a 6-6 tie with Pittsburgh as the Sabres erase a 3-0 deficit following the first period.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • Today’s game is the seventh of eight afternoon games (3 p.m. ET or earlier) for the Sabres this season. The team is 4-2-0 in the first six and was 6-3-2 in 11 afternoon games last season.
  • The Sabres are looking to snap a nine-game winless streak (0-8-1) against the Blues that includes a four-game losing streak at home. Their last win against the Blues was a 5-3 victory in St. Louis on Dec. 27, 2009. No Sabres – and only three Blues (Patrik Berglund, David Perron and Alexander Steen) – who played in that game remain on the teams’ rosters today.
  • Kyle Okposo has nine points (3+6) in his last seven games against the Blues.
  • Robin Lehner is 3-2-0 all-time against the Blues with a 2.69 goals against average and a .920 save percentage.

WHO’S HOT?

  • Ryan O’Reilly has 19 points (5+14) in his last 21 games.
  • Jack Eichel has logged 16 points (5+11) in his last 16 games, including six multi-point outings. The Sabres are 10-0-0 this season (and 19-3-0 in his career) when he has at least two points.
  • Evander Kane has 12 points (7+5) in his last 12 games.
  • Sam Reinhart has six points (2+4) in his last six games.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen has a point in six of his last eight games (1+5).

HOME COOKIN’

  • Ryan O’Reilly has 17 points (5+12) in his last 15 home games.
  • Sam Reinhart has 12 points (4+8) in his last 12 home games.
  • Jack Eichel has 17 points (7+10) in 18 home games this season, including six multi-point outings.
  • Rasmus Ristolainen (1+4) enters today’s game on a five-game home point streak.

HOW THE WEST WAS WON

  • Today is the Sabres’ fifth game in a stretch of eight straight home games against the Western Conference.
  • Buffalo is 13-3-3 in its last 19 home games against Western Conference opponents and 11-6-2 in all games against the West this season.
  • The Sabres are 11-5-3 in their last 19 games against the Central Division, including a 5-1-2 record in home games.
  • A win today would give Buffalo wins in four straight home games against Central/Norris Division opponents for the first time since the team won four straight against the Norris Division from Nov. 25, 1988 to Jan. 12, 1989.

THEY’VE GOT THE POWER

  • The Sabres entered play Friday ranked first in the league with a 23.3% success rate on the power play.
  • Buffalo has not finished a season ranked in the top five in power play percentage since the 2005-06 season (third, 21.2%).
  • The team’s current power-play percentage would rank as the sixth-best conversion rate in franchise history and the best since the team’s 23.6% mark in 1984-85. It would be the 37th-best season by any team since the league began publishing the stat in 1987-88.

THE KANE EVENT
Evander Kane
has scored each of his 19 goals this season in his last 34 games, including a team-high 18 even-strength goals. Since Dec. 1, he is tied for second among all NHL skaters in goals (19), leads the league in even-strength goals (18) and ranks second in shots on goal (134).

*All rankings before 2/17 games

SOPHOMORE SURGE
In their second full NHL seasons, Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart have each improved on their points per game totals from 2015-16.

2015-16

2016-17

Jack Eichel

Sam Reinhart

Jack Eichel

Sam Reinhart

G/GP

.30 (25)

.29 (24)

.35 (29)

.22 (18)

A/GP

.40 (33)

.24 (20)

.49 (40)

.41 (34)

P/GP

.69 (57)

.53 (43)

.84 (69)

.64 (52)

SOG/GP

2.9 (238)

2.1 (172)

3.9 (321)

2.3 (185)

(82-game pace in parentheses)

ASSIST-OLAINEN
Rasmus Ristolainen
entered play Friday tied for 29th among all NHL skaters with 30 assists.

  • Ristolainen has recorded an assist on 21.7 percent of his teammates’ goals. Only one Sabres defenseman has ever recorded an assist on more than 20 percent of his teammates’ goals: Phil Housley (22.6%) in 1989-90.
  • Ristolainen would need to fail to record an assist on each of his teammates’ next 13 goals to fall below 20 percent.

SABRES AMONG LEAGUE-LEADERS (Sabres’ league rankings before 2/17 games)

  • Buffalo Sabres: 23.3% PP% (1st)
  • Eichel: 3.9 S/GP (2nd)
  • Foligno: 203 hits (3rd)
  • Lehner: .926 SV% (6th), .934 EV SV% (4th)
  • Nilsson: .934 EV SV% (6th), .922 SV% (8th)
  • Okposo: 19 PPP (T-10th)
  • O’Reilly: 21:40 TOI/GP (1st, forwards), 57.6 FO% (6th)
  • Ristolainen: 18 PPA (T-3rd), 27:03 TOI (4th), 19 PPP (2nd, defensemen), 30 A (T-7th, defensemen)

BUF-STL Connections
Former Blues:

  • Anders Nilsson spent part of the 2015-16 season with the Blues, appearing in three games and compiling a .909 save percentage and 2.76 goals-against average. The Blues traded Nilsson to the Sabres on July 2, 2016.

Dan Bylsma:

  • Coached Robert Bortuzzo as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2011-2014.

Marcus Foligno:

  • Played with Jaden Schwartz for Team Canada at the 2011 World Junior Championship held in Buffalo.

Cody Franson:

  • Teammates with Carl Gunnarsson for the Toronto Maple Leafs from 2011-2014.
  • Played with Carter Hutton for the Nashville Predators during the 2014-15 season.

Brian Gionta:

  • Gionta (1979) and Alex Pietrangelo (1990) were both born on Jan. 18.

Tyler Ennis:

  • Represented Canada at the 2009 World Junior Championship alongside Alex Pietrangelo.
  • He and Jay Bouwmeester were both born in Edmonton, Alberta.

Evander Kane:

  • Represented Canada with Alex Pietrangelo at the 2011 World Championship.
  • Skated alongside Jay Bouwmeester as members of Team Canada at the 2012 World Championship.

Dmitry Kulikov:

  • Represented Russia in the 2011 and 2015 World Championships with Vladimir Tarasenko.
  • Teammates with Scottie Upshall for the Florida Panthers from 2011-2015.

Anders Nilsson:

  • Played with Nail Yakupov for the Edmonton Oilers during the 2015-16 season.
  • Represented Sweden alongside Carl Gunnarsson at the 2010 World Championship.

Ryan O’Reilly:

  • Represented Canada at the 2012 World Championship with Jay Bouwmeester.

NHL Draft:

  • Kyle Okposo (7th overall) and Patrik Berglund (25th overall) were both first-round selections of the 2006 NHL Draft.
  • Zach Bogosian (3rd overall), Tyler Ennis (26th overall) and Alex Pietrangelo (4th overall) were all selected in the first round of the 2008 NHL Draft.
  • Evander Kane (4th overall), Dmitry Kulikov (14th overall) and Magnus Paajarvi (10th overall) were all selected in the first round of the 2009 NHL Draft.
  • Zemgus Girgensons (14th overall) and Nail Yakupov (1st overall) were taken in the first round of the 2012 NHL Draft.

SABRES REAL-TIME STATS LEADERS
Hits:
Foligno (203), Ristolainen (149), Gorges (97)
Blocked Shots: Ristolainen (131), McCabe (81), Gorges (76)
Shots: Kane (159), Eichel (145), Okposo (139)

SABRES’ RECORD IN 10 GAME SEGMENTS [W-L-OTL (PTS),  GF/GA, PP, PK]
1-10:
4-4-2 (10), 23/24, 8/35, 26/31
11-20: 3-4-3 (9), 15/26, 6/31, 28/36
21-30: 5-3-2 (12), 31/26, 8/30, 13/24
31-40: 4-4-2 (10), 27/31, 7/34, 21/28
41-50: 4-5-1 (9), 28/33, 6/27, 21/28
51-60: 5-3-0 (10), 22/18, 5/15, 18/24

OVERTIME RESULTS (6-5; 108-110 all-time)
Oct. 18 at CGY: L, 4-3 (GWG-Monahan)
Nov. 11 vs. NJD: L, 2-1 (GWG-Greene)
Dec. 5 at WSH: L, 3-2 (GWG-Johansson)
Dec. 6 vs. EDM: W, 4-3 (GWG-Ristolainen)
Dec. 16 vs. NYI: W, 3-2 (GWG-Ristolainen)

Jan. 5 at CHI: L, 4-3 (GWG-Kane)
Jan. 20 vs. DET: W, 3-2 (GWG-Okposo)
Jan. 21 at MTL: W, 3-2 (GWG-Bogosian)
Jan. 24 at NSH: W, 5-4 (GWG-Eichel)

Feb. 2 vs. NYR: L, 2-1 (GWG-Kreider)
Feb. 7 vs. SJS: W, 5-4 (GWG-Kane)

SHOOTOUT RESULTS (1-5; 68-63 all-time)
Oct. 25 at PHI: L, 4-3 (GDG-Giroux)
Nov. 9 vs. OTT: L, 2-1 (GDG-Ryan)
Nov. 19 vs. PIT: W, 2-1 (GDG-C. O’Reilly)
Nov. 23 vs. DET: L, 2-1 (GDG-Vanek)
Dec. 17 at CAR: L, 2-1 (GDG-Stempniak)
Dec. 20 at FLA: L, 4-3 (GDG-Trocheck)

MILESTONES APPROACHING (Player … Needs … Milestone)
Games Played

Nicolas Deslauriers … 2 games … 200 NHL games
Tyler Ennis … 5 games … 400 NHL games
Dmitry Kulikov … 8 games … 500 NHL games
Goals
Tyler Ennis … 4 goals … 100 NHL goals
Assists
Brian Gionta … 6 assists … 300 NHL assists
Points
Rasmus Ristolainen … 1 point … 100 NHL points

RECENT MILESTONES
N/A