Dahlin (upper-body) will return to the Sabres lineup on Friday.
Dahlin missed the last two games with an upper-body injury but will play tonight in New York. Dahlin has posted nine points (1G / 8A) in his last 10 games.
Source: Dan Rosen 02/7/20, 1:35 pm EST
Dahlin (upper-body) will not play Thursday vs. the Red Wings.
Dahlin will miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury and remains day-to-day. He has not been ruled out for tomorrow's game in New York.
Dahlin (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
The Sabres will be without their top defenseman when they host the Avalanche on Tuesday night. Zach Bogosian is expected to draw into the lineup to replace Dahlin and Colin Miller could see more power-play time.
Dahlin (concussion) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Dahlin has missed the last eight games with a concussion that he suffered on November 25th but could play Thursday vs. the Predators. Dahlin skated on the top-pair and top power-play unit in Wednesday's practice but head coach Ralph Kruger would not commit to him playing tonight.
Dahlin is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Dahlin was elbowed in the head by Erik Cernak on Monday and was forced to leave the game and was immediately diagnosed with a concussion. As expected, the Sabres announced that he is out indefinitely prior to Wednesday's game, so don't expect him to play for at least the rest of this week.
Source: @SabresPR 11/27/19, 10:45 am EST
Dahlin (foot) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Rangers.
Dahlin (foot) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Dahlin left Saturday's game with an undisclosed injury and will not return.
Source: @SabresPR 11/3/18, 4:18 pm EST
The Sabres signed Rasmus Dahlin to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Dahlin was the first overall pick at this year’s draft and will be on the Sabres’ blueline this year. Dahlin is one of the biggest defensive prospects the NHL has seen in recent years and he immediately improves Buffalo’s back-end. The 18-year-old had seven goals and 13 assists (20 points) in 41 games with Frolunda HC last season and has the ability to be a double-digit goal-scorer with 20-plus assists in his rookie season.
The Sabres have selected Rasmus Dahlin with the No.1 overall pick.
Dahlin is the can’t miss prospect of this year’s draft. He has the size of Victor Hedman, the skating of Erik Karlsson and makes the game look simple like Nicklas Lidstrom. The 18-year-old had seven goals and 13 assists (20 points) in 41 games with Frolunda in Sweden’s top league. He picked up six assists in seven games during the World Juniors as well. He’ll be on the Buffalo blueline in 2019.