McNabb will miss some time. He's not with the team on the road trip. --^ks
The rookie scored a goal and five points in 20 games before getting hurt. He will be replaced by Joe Finley on the blue line.
Rookie defenseman Brayden McNabb was a healthy scratch against the Penguins on Saturday. The reason wasn't for his poor play, Ruff said, the decision was completely matchup-based on wanting a lineup with a bit more offense.
Expect the rookie blue liner to get back on the blue line tonight. He has no fantasy hockey value as a player still looking for his first NHL point.
Source: WGR 550 12/20/11, 7:05 am EST
Coach Lindy Ruff was coy on his plans but said in no uncertain terms that McNabb, whose physical presence has been impressive in his seven-game stint, is staying in the lineup for now.
McNabb has no points in seven games with a minus-2 rating. He has no fantasy hockey value at this point.
Mcnabb has stall. So there is your confirmation.
McNabb scored a goal and 10 points through 19 games with the Rochester Americans. He will take Robyn Regehr's spot in the lineup.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (September 26, 2011) --- Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier today announced the team has assigned the following 14 players to the Rochester Americans (AHL): Forwards Marcus Foligno, Zack Kassian, Jonathan Parker, Michael Ryan, Colin Stuart, Corey Tropp, Phil Varone and Derek Whitmore; defensemen TJ Brennan, Joe Finley, Brayden McNabb, Dennis Persson and Drew Schiestel; and goaltender Drew MacIntyre.
No immediate fantasy hockey value in the AHL.
Source: WGR 550 09/26/11, 1:56 pm EST
The Buffalo Sabres have signed Brayden McNabb to a three-year entry level deal. McNabb is a former third round pick of the Sabres in 2009, drafted 66th overall in that year.
Source: WGR 550 05/18/11, 2:06 pm EST