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Sabres Reassign Grigorenko
|(10/6/14) The Sabres reassigned Mikhail Grigorenko to AHL Rochester on Monday, Grigorenko's agent Jay Grossman reports.|
Sabres' Grigorenko Scores In Loss To Leafs
|(9/28/14) Mikhail Grigorenko scored two goals, one in regulation and one in the shootout, as the Sabres fell 3-2 to the Leafs on Sunday.|
Sabres Pair Grigorenko With Armia
|(9/19/14) Mikhail Grigorenko will open camp on a line with Joel Armia, reports The Buffalo News.|
Sabres' Grigorenko Now Full-Time AHL Player
|(4/23/14) Having played for four teams in each of the past two years, Mikhail Grigorenko will stay with AHL Rochester for the forseeable future, reports the Olean Times Herald.|
Sabres' Grigorenko Heads To AHL
|(3/31/14) With his junior season with the Quebec Remparts complete, Mikhail Grigorenko is headed to AHL Rochester, the Buffalo News reports.|
Sabres Reassign Grigorenko
The Sabres reassigned Grigorenko to AHL Rochester on Monday, Grigorenko's agent Jay Grossman reports.Grigorenko recorded two goals and an assist in 18 appearances with the Sabres last season, but he'll start this year in the AHL. There's a good chance we'll see the winger called up at some point this year as the Sabres continue to rebuild.
2014-15 NHL Season Preview: Atlantic Division
The Atlantic Division could own one of the league's most thrilling races this season with the Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning all looking like contenders in the East.
Holland's SO winner lifts Leafs over Sabres 3-2
TORONTO (AP) Peter Holland scored the winner in the fifth round of a shootout, lifting the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-2 preseason victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night.
|The talented Russian playmaker has the most high-end offensive skill set of any Sabres prospect, but too often shirks defensive responsibilities and fails to do what is asked of him. The Sabres have jerked Mikhail Grigorenko around over the past two seasons, playing him on three different teams each year, causing him to be unable to find his groove. Entering the final year of his entry-level contract, Grigorenko has plenty to prove and will most likely start at the AHL level. The former Quebec Remparts star tallied four assists in nine games in the regular season with Rochester last year. (Updated 8/13/14) |