The Buffalo Sabres have recalled three forwards, including Mikhail Grigorenko, from the minors to fill their trade-depleted roster.
Tim Schaller and Jerry D'Amigo were also called up from AHL Rochester on Tuesday before the Sabres play at Tampa Bay.
The moves came a day after Buffalo dealt three forwards and goalie Michal Neuvirth in four separate deals. In return, Buffalo acquired...
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From Hometown Hockey: Somehow, Mikhail Grigorenko already feels like a restoration story. It’s easy to forget that he’s just 20-years-old, his entire future still shining very brightly ahead of him. But before this year, it seemed like that future had abruptly come to a screeching halt. Coming out of the 2012 NHL Draft, the Sabres […]
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Center Mikhail Grigorenko is back with the Buffalo Sabres for the second time in a week after being recalled from the minors.
Grigorenko was called up from AHL Rochester on Saturday before the Sabres' home game against the Colorado Avalanche.
The 2012 first-round draft pick was called up Monday and played in Buffalo's 5-1 loss at Winnipeg the following day. Grigorenko was then...
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December 20, 2014
Following the end of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season, the Buffalo Sabres have assigned Mikhail Grigorenko to the American Hockey League, to give him an opportunity to prove that the extra time at the junior level, has prepared him for the National Hockey League.For Grigorenko, this is the opportunity of a lifetime, or at least he had better think of it that way. The...
Buffalo Sabres interim head coach Ted Nolan said Sunday the organization was surprised by prospect Mikhail Grigorenko's decision not to report to a junior club in Canada.
"We knew obviously players would be disappointed when something like that happened," Nolan said, "but no indication that he wouldn't report."
The Sabres assigned the Russian center to the Quebec Remparts of the...
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January 12, 2014
At what point during a players development do you know it isn't going right? We'd say, right around the time a player starts writing posts on Facebook about it.
The Sabres and the development of Mikhail Grigorenko took a massive step backwards after Grigorenko refused to go back to his junior team for the second straight year. But that wasn't it. Grigorenko also took...
The Buffalo Sabres have sent 19-year-old forward Mikhail Grigorenko back to the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Or so they thought. According to a report from Le Soleil in Quebec City, Grigorenko is refusing to report to the Remparts and is currently looking at future plans. It isn’t known what exactly those future plans could be, whether it means...