BUFFALO SABRES (31-32-12) vs. FLORIDA PANTHERS (33-30-11)
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1 WHERE THEY STAND
2 WHO'S HOT
Brad May and Brian Duff break down a high scoring game for the Sabres, with huge goals from Tyler Ennis, Evander Kane, and Jack Eichel.
- Sabres’ center, Jack Eichel scored two goals and picked up an assist in Saturday’s 5–2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs
- The 2015 second overall pick now has nine goals and seven assists for 16 points in only 12 games in March.
- Eichel is looking to obtain “point-per-game” status, in the final two weeks of the season, as he currently has 53 points in 54 games in his sophomore NHL season
3 SAY WHAT?
Jack Eichel breaks down his team's play after the Sabres' 5-2 win over the rival Maple Leafs
“This is our building and we obviously want to play well here. I think there was a little bit of extra emotion in our game, extra intensity. And it’s good to see. … A good 60-minute effort. A lot of guys played well. It’s good to see some guys back healthy contributing. Another game Monday vs. Florida.”
— Sabres’ center, Jack Eichel reflecting on the Sabres impressive win over the Maple Leafs Saturday, and looks forward to hosting the Florida Panthers tonight
4 DID YOU KNOW?
The Panthers are one of only six NHL teams (excluding the Sabres) that Jack Eichel has not yet recorded a goal against.
5 MUST-SEE VIDEO
Watch Sabres coach, Dan Bylsma talk about the Sabres’ dominant win over their divisional rivals Saturday on home ice.
Dan Bylsma really enjoyed the home crowd and atmosphere in Buffalo, expressing that the fans gave the Sabres energy in a big win over Toronto.