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Buffalo Sabres Post-Game Recap #1 – Penguins 10/3/19

Final Score: 3-1 Sabres Arrow up: Rasmus Dahlin Dahlin picked up right where he left off in his rookie year capping off a great performance with a gorgeous goal. Dahlin cradled a pass from Reinhart with one hand and chipped the puck to the top-right-corner as he skated back to his left. Dahlin and Miller ...

Buffalo Sabres Game Preview – Penguins 10/3/19

Sabres Lines: Olofsson - Eichel - Reinhart Skinner - Johansson - Sobotka Vesey - Mittelstadt - Sheary Girgensons - Larsson - Okposo McCabe - Ristolainen Dahlin - Miller Scandella - Jokiharju Hutton Penguins Lines: Guentzel-Crosby-Hornqvist Galchenyuk-Malkin-Tanev McCann-Bjugstad-Kahun Aston-Reese-Blueger-Simon Dumoulin-Letang Johnson-Schultz Pettersson-Gudbranson Murray 3 Things to Watch: Sid's good-to-go. Despite some early-week speculation on their status, ...

Mittelstadt Series – Playmaking

Casey Mittelstadt's vision and playmaking skills are at the top of the list for what make him such a dynamic prospect. He has probably the best vision I've personally seen in a prospect besides Connor McDavid. He often surprises teammates with the puck on their stick when they didn't even see a passing lane, yet ...

Mittelstadt Series – Transition

Casey Mittelstadt's ability to use his other elite tools while at top speed make him an elite player in transition. Teammate, Jack Eichel, is one of the best in the NHL in transition, finding himself in the same conversation as Patrick Kane and Connor McDavid in the top five, league-wide. The Sabres have the luxury ...

Mittelstadt Series – Shot

If this is the first post of the series you found, when you're done reading head over to the main blog post at __________ to find the links to the other categories. In the "shot" category I'll be taking a look at a couple different things that construct Mittelstadt's elite shooting ability: Release Ability to ...