|Fantasy Points by Week. Note: Points are rounded down.|
|Last 10 Games|
|Sabres' D'Agostini Takes Part In Morning Skate |
|(12/5/13) D'Agnostini (illness) was on the ice for Thursday's morning skate, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.|
|Sabres' D'Agostini Misses Practice |
|(12/4/13) Matt D'Agostini missed Wednesday's practice due to illness, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.|
|Sabres' D'Agostini To Play On Second Line |
|(11/28/13) Recently claimed off waivers, Matt D'Agostini will play alongside captain Steve Ott and center Ville Leino on Friday.|
|Sabres Claim D'Agostini |
|(11/27/13) Matt D'Agostini was claimed off waivers by the Sabres on Wednesday, Paul Hamilton of WGR 550 Sports Radio reports.|
|Penguins' D'Agostini Placed On Waivers |
|(11/26/13) Matt D'Agostini was placed on waivers by the Penguins on Tuesday, TSN's Darren Dreger reports.|
Sabres' D'Agostini Takes Part In Morning Skate
D'Agnostini (illness) was on the ice for Thursday's morning skate, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.With D'Agostini back skating with his teammates, it looks as though he'll be available Thursday when the Sabres host the Rangers. D'Agostini has been playing on the second line with Buffalo since being claimed off waivers since being claimed off waivers from the Blues last week.
Sabres' D'Agostini Misses Practice
D'Agostini missed Wednesday's practice due to illness, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.D'Agostini couldn't take the ice Wednesday, and his status for Thursday's game against the Rangers will likely not be known until game time. Consider him day-to-day at this point, but there's no reason to expect him to miss an extended period of time.
Sabres 3, Maple Leafs 2
Buffalo ended its five-game losing streak at home at a First Niagara Center filled with plenty of vocal Toronto fans.
Sabres' D'Agostini To Play On Second Line
Recently claimed off waivers, D'Agostini will play alongside captain Steve Ott and center Ville Leino on Friday.
Sabres Claim D'Agostini
D'Agostini was claimed off waivers by the Sabres on Wednesday, Paul Hamilton of WGR 550 Sports Radio reports.With just one point in eight games with the Penguins earlier this season, D'Agostini likely won't be the solution to the Sabres' scoring woes, but should at least see more regular ice time in Buffalo. Expect him to see most of his work on the third or fourth line once interim coach Ted Nolan has time to determine where he fits best.
|Matt D'Agostini dropped off from his 20-goal season in 2010-11 to just nine last season while seeing time mostly on the bottom two lines. The drop-off was predictable. D'Agostini's breakout season came when the Blues were hit hard by injuries, putting him in a position to produce. With a healthier and deeper cast of forwards last season, his minutes and role changed. D'Agostini still has that booming shot so he's dangerous whenever on the ice, but he's not going to usurp a top-six spot from any of the players slated to be there, unless there's an underperformer in the bunch -- say, Chris Stewart. And with the arrival of Vladimir Tarasenko from the KHL, third line may be a reach for D'Agostini this season. (Updated 8/14/12) |
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