|Dec. 24 12:58 PM PT1:58 PM MT2:58 PM CT3:58 PM ET20:58 GMT4:58 AM 北京时间1:58 PM MST3:58 PM EST0:58 UAE (+1)15:58 ET - Grigorenko, Joel Armia and Tim Schaller and defenseman Mark Pysyk were sent down to Buffalo's AHL affiliate in Rochester on Wednesday, a day after playing in a 6-3 loss at Detroit.
Analysis: The players had been called up to fill spots on an injury-depleted lineup, which was missing eight regulars against the Red Wings. Grigorenko had an assist.
|Dec. 20 7:03 AM PT8:03 AM MT9:03 AM CT10:03 AM ET15:03 GMT11:03 PM 北京时间8:03 AM MST10:03 AM EST19:03 UAE10:03 ET - Grigorenko is back with the Buffalo Sabres for the second time in a week after being recalled from the minors.
Analysis: 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 returned to Rochester following the game, in which he had one shot and logged just under 17 minutes of ice time.
|Dec. 17 7:31 AM PT8:31 AM MT9:31 AM CT10:31 AM ET15:31 GMT11:31 PM 北京时间8:31 AM MST10:31 AM EST19:31 UAE10:31 ET - Grigorenko is heading back to the minors after a one-game NHL stint.
Analysis: The Sabres returned the 2012 first-round draft pick to their AHL affiliate in Rochester on Wednesday, a day after Grigorenko played during a 5-1 loss at Winnipeg. He finished with one shot on goal in logging just under 17 minutes of ice time in his first NHL appearance since Nov. 27, 2013. Grigorenko was called up on Monday to fill in after Torrey Mitchell was hurt blocking a shot in a 5-4 shootout win over Ottawa.
|Oct. 6 11:50 AM PT12:50 PM MT1:50 PM CT2:50 PM ET18:50 GMT2:50 AM 北京时间11:50 AM MST1:50 PM EST22:50 UAE14:50 ET - Buffalo Sabres prospect center Mikhail Grigorenko is heading back to the minors for more seasoning.
Analysis: The Sabres announced Monday that they assigned Grigorenko and forward Zac Dalpe to their American Hockey League affiliate in Rochester. It's the latest setback for Grigorenko, who has had difficulty breaking into the Sabres' lineup since being selected in the first round of the 2012 draft. He has three goals and five assists in 43 career games split over the past two seasons in Buffalo.