Hutton will start Thursday in San Jose.
Hutton allowed three goals on 28 shots in the Sabres loss in Vegas on Tuesday. Hutton has struggled in his last two starts, allowing a combined nine goals on 58 shots (.845 SV%). Tonight he faces a Sharks team that has been slow out of the gate, but has a ton of talent up and down the lineup.
Bogosian (lower-body) has been activated from IR and will make his season debut on Tuesday.
Hutton will start Tuesday in Vegas.
Hutton allowed six goals on 30 shots in the Sabres loss to the Avalanche last Thursday. Hutton has been up-and-down to start his Sabres career, posting a 3.07 GAA and .912 SV% in his first four starts. He will be in tough against a Golden Knights team that has been great on home-ice over the last calendar year.
Source: John Vogl 10/16/18, 5:40 pm EST
Sobotka (upper-body) will be back in the Sabres lineup on Saturday.
Sobotka has been out since the season opener but will draw back in on the Sabres third line on Saturday. He played 18:42 TOI in his Sabres debut.
Ullmark will start Saturday in Arizona.
Ullmark will make his first start of the season after going 1-2-0 with a 2.00 GAA and .935 SV% in five games with the Sabres last year. Ullmark has shown the ability to be a quality spot-start option in the past and he draws a worthwhile matchup tonight in Arizona.
Larsson (foot) will make his season debut on Thursday.
Larsson missed the first three games of the season but will replace Remi Elie on the third line tonight. The 26-year-old had just 17 points (4G / 13A) in 80 games last season.
Hutton will start Thursday vs. the Avalanche.
Hutton allowed two goals on 37 shots in the Sabres win over the Golden Knights on Monday. After losing his first start with the Sabres, Hutton has won back-to-back games while turning aside 78 of 81 shots (.963 SV%). Tonight he faces an Avalanche team that is 2-1-0 while averaging 3.67 goals for through their first three games.
Hutton will start Monday afternoon vs. the Golden Knights.
Hutton allowed one goal on 44 shots in the Sabres win over the Rangers on Saturday. It was a great outing for Hutton, who was so-so in his Sabres debut on Thursday. As good as Hutton was on Saturday and last season, he’s going to be in tough this afternoon with the Golden Knights in town.
Elie will make his Sabres debut on Saturday.
Elie was a second round pick in 2013 and had 14 points (6G / 8A) in 72 games with the Stars last year. Elie was picked up off of waivers from Dallas and will replace Vladimir Sobotka (upper-body) vs. the Rangers.
Sobotka (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Sobotka suffered an upper-body injury during his Sabres debut on Thursday and will not play tonight vs. the Rangers. With Sobotka out, Remi Elie will make his Sabres debut tonight.
Hutton will start Saturday vs. the Rangers.
Hutton had an inauspicious Sabres debut, allowing three goals on 25 shots in the 4-0 loss to the Bruins on Thursday. Things might get a little easier tonight against a Rangers team that also lost their first game of the year.
Sobotka is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Sobotka missed Friday’s practice with an upper-body injury that he suffered on Thursday, so his status for Saturday’s game is up in the air. Remi Elie would make his Sabres debut if Sobotka is unavailable.
Hutton will make his Sabres debut vs. the Bruins on Thursday.
Hutton led the NHL in GAA (2.09) and SV% (.931) while starting 32 games as the St. Louis Blues’ backup last year. His strong season earned him a big contract this summer and he gets his first chance as a No.1 netminder with the Sabres. His numbers will take a hit, but he his capable of turning in No.2 fantasy netminder numbers .
Source: John Vogl 10/4/18, 10:47 am EST
The Sabres have claimed Remi Elie off of waivers from Dallas.
Elie was a second-round pick of the Stars (No.40 overall) in 2013, but has picked up just 21 points (7G / 14A) in 90 career NHL games. Elie hasn’t had a lot of offensive success at the AHL-level either, so he could have a tough time cracking a suddenly deep Sabres lineup.
Bogosian is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Bogosian will be evaluated later today, but head coach Phil Housley called him day-to-day for now. Bogosian has had terrible luck with injuries during his career, so this comes as no surprise. Bogosian could miss the start of the season, which starts next Thursday.
The Sabres signed Sam Reinhart to a two-year extension worth $7.3M ($3.65M AAV) on September 19th.
Reinhart set new career-highs in goals (25) and points (50) during the 2017-18 season. The former No.2 overall pick (2014) is expected to land a top-6 role and players with either Jack Eichel or Casey Mittelstadt in a new-look Sabres’ lineup. Reinhart has 60-point upside as he enters his fourth full season.
Source: @SabresPR 09/24/18, 11:01 pm EST
Sheary (upper-body) should be back for opening night.
Sheary will miss the rest of the preseason but the Sabres expect their new winger to be ready for the first game of the season vs. the Bruins (Oct. 4). Sheary was projected to play in the Sabres’ top-6, but this injury could lead to him playing in the bottom-6 to start the season. Sheary will need to play with Jack Eichel or Casey Mittelstadt if he’s going to have any fantasy value this season.
The Sabres have signed Sam Reinhart to a two-year deal worth $7.3 million ($3.65M AAV).
Reinhart is coming off of the best season of his career, posting 50 points (25G / 25A) in 82 games. He has increased his point totals in each of first three seasons in the NHL and is poised to do that again in 2018-19. The Sabres beefed up Reinhart’s surrounding cast and he projects to be a top-6 winger with either Jack Eichel or Casey Mittelstadt.