Guhle left Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Guhle left after playing just 9:06 TOI and did not return. This is a tough break for Guhle, who was getting a chance to play with Anaheim after being acquired from Buffalo. Guhle has averaged 20-plus minutes while picking up one assist and 14 shots in his first five games with the Ducks.
The Ducks have acquired Brendan Guhle and a conditional first-round pick from the Sabres for Brandon Montour.
Guhle was a second-round pick (No.51 overall) in the 2015 draft and has picked up five assists in 23 carer NHL games. The 21-year-old has great mobility and has enjoyed a quality second season in the AHL, picking up five goals and 22 assists (27 points) in 50 games with Rochester.
Guhle will draw into the Sabres lineup on Sunday.
The Sabres recalled Brendan Guhle from Rochester (AHL).
Guhle had one assist in two games with the Sabres earlier this season. He has spent most of the season in the AHL, where he has piled up 24 points (8G / 16A) in 47 contests. He could draw into the Sabres lineup on Monday.
The Sabres have reassigned Brendan Guhle to Rochester (AHL).
Guhle had one assist while averaging 16:58 TOI/GM in two games during his call-up. He is returning to the AHL simply for the Sabres bye week but he appeared to make a case to return to the big club after their break, especially with Zach Bogosian out for at least one month.
The Sabres have recalled Brendan Guhle from Rochester (AHL).
Guhle, 20, has had a nice campaign in the AHL so far, collecting seven goals and 13 assists (20 points) in 35 games. There’s no word why Guhle has been recalled, but if he plays on Tuesday it will be his season debut and his fourth career NHL appearance.
Source: @SabresPR 01/8/18, 5:34 am EST
The Sabres have recalled Brendan Guhle from Prince George (WHL).
Guhle, 19, was a second round pick in 2015 and tonight he will make his NHL debut on Saturday. Guhle has registered five goals and two assists in 19 WHL games with Prince Albert and Prince George this season. Guhle will make his NHL debut on a pairing with Cody Franson.
Source: John Vogl 12/3/16, 6:14 am EST
The Sabres have sent Brendan Guhle back to Prince Albert (WHL).
Guhle, 18, was the Sabres second round pick (51st overall) this summer na she had two assists with seven shots in four preseason games. The young blueliner heads back to Prince Albert where he had 32 points (5G / 27A) in 72 games last season.