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Post-Game Report: 10/14 vs. Dallas

Final Score

1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final SOG
Stars
(1-5-1)
0 0 0 0 25
Sabres
(5-0-1)
0 2 2 4 22

Game Summary

Event Summary

 

Top Notes

  • Today’s win gives the Sabres wins in each of their first four home games of the season for the first time since 2006-07.
  • The Sabres have gone 5-0-1 through six games this season, earning 11 of 12 possible points. It’s the team’s best record through six games since they posted an identical 5-0-1 record through their first six games of the 2008-09 season.
  • Buffalo’s 4-0 win marked the largest winning margin the Sabres have recorded against the Stars franchise since a 6-2 win on March 9, 1988 at Minnesota.
    • It also marked the Sabres’ fourth-ever shutout against the Stars franchise and the first since a 5-0 win on Dec. 8, 1974 at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium.
  • Carter Hutton’s shutout was the 12th of his career and his first as a member of the Sabres. He has now earned shutouts against 10 different NHL teams.
  • Hutton has now earned a win in five straight appearances dating back to last season.
  • With his fifth power-play goal of the season, Victor Olofsson became the first player in NHL history to score each of his first seven career goals with the man advantage.
  • Since he made his NHL debut on March 28, 2019 vs. Detroit, no NHL player has scored more power-play goals than Olofsson’s seven in 12 games played.
  • With their goals today, Jeff Skinner (4+1) and Marcus Johansson (3+2) each have five points in their last five games.
  • Henri Jokiharju earned an assist on Skinner’s goal to record his first point as a Buffalo Sabre.

 

Today’s Goaltenders

Todays’s Stats
Team Goaltender Decision SV% GAA
Stars Bishop L .818 4.00
Sabres Hutton W 1.000 0.00
Updated Season Stats
Team Goaltender Record SV% GAA
Stars Bishop 1-3-1 .895 2.78
Sabres Hutton 4-0-0 .931 1.74

 

Post-Game Audio

Sabres head coach Ralph Krueger

Sabres forward Jeff Skinner

Sabres forward Victor Olofsson

Sabres forward Marcus Johansson

Sabres defenseman Marco Scandella

Sabres goaltender Carter Hutton

Stars head coach Jim Montgomery

Stars forward Alexander Radulov

Stars forward Jamie Benn

Stars forward Andrew Cogliano

Post-Game Report: 10/9 vs. Montreal

Final Score

1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final SOG
Canadiens
(1-0-2)
2 0 2 0 4 27
Sabres
(3-0-1)
1 2 1 1 5 39

Game Summary

Event Summary

 

Top Notes

  • With tonight’s win, the Sabres have won their first two home games for the first time since the 2008-09 season.
  • With his goal tonight, Victor Olofsson has now scored in each of Buffalo’s last three games, tying James Neal for the NHL lead with four power-play goals this season.
  • Each of Olofsson’s six career goals have come on the man advantage. He has tied an NHL record by becoming the fourth player in NHL history to score each of his first six goals on the power play, joining Craig Norwich, Sylvain Turgeon and Jeff Norton.
  • With two power-play goals tonight, the Sabres have scored multiple power-play tallies in three straight games for the first time since March 4 to 7, 2009.
  • With two assists tonight, Rasmus Dahlin now has points in each of the Sabres’ first four games. His seven points (1+6) are currently tied for third-most in the league.
  • Dahlin’s four-game point streak is the third-longest streak by a teenage defensemen to open a season in NHL history. He now sits one game shy of tying his career-high five-game point streak, a feat he achieved last season from Jan. 8 to Jan. 16, recording six points (1+5) during that span.
  • Jack Eichel recorded his first four-point game of the season with two goals and two assists. It is the sixth game of his career with at least four points and his first since Dec. 16, 2018 at Boston.
  • Jeff Skinner’s goal tonight gives him at least a point in three straight games (3+1).

 

Tonight’s Goaltenders

Tonight’s Stats
Team Goaltender Decision SV% GAA
Canadiens
Kinkaid L .872 4.93
Sabres Hutton W .852 3.92
Updated Season Stats
Team Goaltender Record SV% GAA
Canadiens Kinkaid 0-0-1 .872 4.93
Sabres Hutton 3-0-0 .908 2.32

 

Post-Game Audio

Sabres head coach Ralph Krueger

Sabres forward Marcus Johansson

Sabres forward Jack Eichel

Sabres goaltender Carter Hutton

Canadiens head coach Claude Julien

Canadiens forward Joel Armia

Canadiens forward Nate Thompson

Canadiens defenseman Ben Chiarot

Canadiens goaltender Keith Kinkaid

2018-19 Locker Room Clean-Out Audio

Sabres forward Jack Eichel

Sabres forward Casey Mittelstadt

Sabres forward Kyle Okposo

Sabres forward Jason Pominville

Sabres forward Sam Reinhart

Sabres forward Jeff Skinner

Sabres defenseman Zach Bogosian

Sabres defenseman Rasmus Dahlin

Sabres defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen

Sabres goaltender Carter Hutton

Post-Game Report: 4/2 vs. Nashville

Final Score

1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final SOG
Predators
(44-29-6)
1 1 1 3 35
Sabres
(31-38-10)
1 1 0 2 28

Game Summary

Event Summary

 

Top Notes

  • With his 38th goal of the season, Jeff Skinner set a new single-season career high. He also tied Gilbert Perreault (1970-71) and Ray Sheppard (1987-88) for the third-most goals scored by a first-year Sabre.
    • His 30 even-strength goals are already the most ever recorded by player in his first year with the Sabres.
    • Skinner is now two points from tying his career high of 63 set as a rookie in 2010-11 and matched in 2016-17.
  • With his goal, Kyle Okposo now has 12 points (7+5) in 13 career games against the Predators, including six points (5+1) in his six meetings with Nashville as a member of the Sabres.
  • Evan Rodrigues recorded his 19th and 20th assists of the season, surpassing his previous single-season high of 18.
  • With his assist on Okposo’s goal, Rasmus Ristolainen has totaled 40 points (5+35) this season.
    • Ristolainen becomes just the third defenseman in Sabres history to record 40 points in at least four consecutive seasons, joining Phil Housley and Jerry Korab.
  • Brandon Montour also recorded an assist tonight and now has nine points (2+7) in 18 games with the team.
  • Jack Eichel set a new career high with 26:14 of ice time, topping his previous high of 25:57. Eichel’s previous career high in a game that ended in regulation was 25:45 (Oct. 6, 2018 vs. NYR).

 

Tonight’s Goaltenders

Tonight’s Stats
Team Goaltender Decision SV% GAA
Predators
Rinne W .929 2.00
Sabres Hutton L .914 3.10

 

Updated Season Stats
Team Goaltender Record SV% GAA
Predators Rinne 27-19-4 .917 2.44
Sabres Hutton 17-25-5 .908 3.02

 

Post-Game Audio

Sabres head coach Phil Housley

Sabres forward Jeff Skinner

Sabres forward Kyle Okposo

Sabres goaltender Carter Hutton

Predators head coach Peter Laviolette

Predators forward Ryan Johansen

Predators defenseman P.K. Subban

Post-Game Report: 3/20 vs. Toronto

Final Score

1st 2nd 3rd OT SO Final SOG
Maple Leafs
(44-25-5)
0 2 2 4 46
Sabres
(31-33-9)
1 0 1 2 24

Game Summary

Event Summary

 

Top Notes

  • Rasmus Dahlin, who recorded the primary assist on Casey Mittelstadt’s goal, now has 39 points (8+31) on the season, passing Bobby Orr for second-most points by an 18-year-old defenseman in NHL history. He trails only Phil Housley (57 points in 1982-83).
  • With the secondary assist on the Mittelstadt goal, Jack Eichel has now totaled 16 points (10+6) in 13 games against the Maple Leafs, including eight (5+3) in six home games.
  • With his first goal of the season, Alexander Nylander has now recorded points (1+2) in consecutive games for the first time in his NHL career.

 

Tonight’s Goaltenders

Tonight’s Stats
Team Goaltender Decision SV% GAA
Maple Leafs
Sparks W .917 2.00
Sabres Hutton L .933 3.05

 

Updated Season Stats
Team Goaltender Record SV% GAA
Maple Leafs Sparks 8-7-1 .903 3.16
Sabres Hutton 17-21-5 .911 2.88

 

Post-Game Audio

Sabres head coach Phil Housley

Sabres forward Casey Mittelstadt

Sabres forward Alexander Nylander

Sabres goaltender Carter Hutton

Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock

Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews

Maple Leafs forward John Tavares

Maple Leafs forward Mitchell Marner

Maple Leafs goaltender Garret Sparks