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Puck Prose Feb 24, 2021

Buffalo Sabres: Three players that will need to step up in Jake McCabe’s absence

Jake McCabe is out for the year and the Buffalo Sabres need someone to step up and fill the void. While the Buffalo Sabres beat the New Jersey Devils in a big 3-2 win on Saturday, they were dealt a huge blow when Jake McCabe left the game at 8:57 of the third period with […] Buffalo Sabres: Three players that will need to step up in Jake McCabe’s absence - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Last Word on Hockey Feb 22, 2021

Buffalo Sabres Jake McCabe Suffers Knee Injury

The Buffalo Sabres have suffered a huge blow to their blueline. Jake McCabe has suffered a significant knee injury. He will miss 6-8 months as a result of the recovery. This injury reportedly involves McCabe’s ACL, MCL, and meniscus ligaments, so the damage seems extensive. The team announced McCabe’s status Monday afternoon. Defenseman Jake McCabe […] The post Buffalo Sabres Jake McCabe Suffers Knee Injury appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.
Die By The Blade Feb 22, 2021
Jake McCabe will miss the remainder of the season with a significant knee injury

Jake McCabe will miss the remainder of the season with a significant knee injury

Photo by Elsa/ Jake McCabe suffered injuries to his ACL, MCL, and meniscus according to the Sabres and will be out 6-8 months The Buffalo Sabres confirmed what we all feared in regards to Jake McCabe’s injury. The defenseman will miss the remainder of the season due to the injury he suffered against the New Jersey Devils on Saturday afternoon. The club stated he suffered injuries to his ACL, MCL, and meniscus. His recovery time is listed at six to eight months. Defenseman Jake McCabe was diagnosed today with injuries in his right knee to his ACL, MCL and meniscus...
Times Herald Feb 22, 2021

Sabres’ Jake McCabe out for season

Buffalo Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe’s season is over. McCabe, 27, suffered ACL, MCL and meniscus injuries in his right knee Saturday afternoon and will need six to eight months to recover, the team announced this afternoon. The American left the Sabres’ 3-2 road win against the New Jersey Devils with 11:03 remaining after his right leg buckled when he tried to hit Nico Hischier in the corner. He clutched his knee before being helped off ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 21, 2021

Sabres concerned about Jake McCabe’s injury; Buffalo recalls defensemen

Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe, who left Saturday afternoon’s 3-2 win against the New Jersey Devils after suffering a lower-body injury, has returned to Buffalo for an MRI, coach Ralph Krueger said. Krueger said the Sabres will have an update on McCabe’s status prior to Monday’s road game against the New York Islanders. “I’ll best honest with you, (I’m) not very optimistic about the diagnosis that’ll come out of this, but let the medical team ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 20, 2021

Sabres’ Ralph Krueger ‘very concerned’ about Jake McCabe’s lower-body injury

Buffalo Sabres coach Ralph Krueger said he is “very concerned” about the lower-body injury defenseman Jake McCabe suffered in Saturday afternoon’s 3-2 road win over the New Jersey Devils. While Krueger couldn’t offer a recovery time – “We don’t have a final diagnosis yet,” he said – his words painted a grim picture for McCabe, who recently recovered after testing positive for COVID-19. McCabe, 27, left the game with 11:03 remaining after his right leg ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 17, 2021

Casey Mittelstadt final Sabres player removed COVID-19 absences list

Forward Casey Mittelstadt late this afternoon was the final Sabres player removed from the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol-related absences list. The Sabres, who had nine players on the list last week, have no one on it for the first time since Feb. 1. Four Sabres who landed on the absences list – defensemen Rasmus Dahlin and Jake McCabe and wingers Taylor Hall and Tobias Rieder – played at least one game against the New York Islanders ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 16, 2021

Three more Sabres removed from COVID-related absences list

BUFFALO – The NHL late this afternoon removed Sabres defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen and forwards Dylan Cozens and Curtis Lazar from the COVID-19 protocol-related absences list. Forward Casey Mittelstadt is the only Sabres player left on the absences list. They had nine players on it last week. Sabres defensemen Jake McCabe and Brandon Montour were taken off the absences list earlier today. They could play tonight against the New York Islanders at KeyBank Center. Stay tuned ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 16, 2021

Sabres’ Jake McCabe, Brandon Montour ready to play, but lineup still unclear

Jack McCabe and Brandon Montour have been cleared to play, so the Buffalo Sabres defensemen will be in tonight’s lineup against the New York Islanders, right? Well, Sabres coach Ralph Krueger wouldn’t reveal if McCabe and Montour, both of whom tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, will play. “It doesn’t really give us any advantage to reveal our final decisions,” Krueger said on a Zoom call following this morning’s optional skate at KeyBank Center.... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 15, 2021

Three Sabres return from COVID-19 absences, say they tested positive

BUFFALO – Three Sabres on the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol-related absences list – winger Tobias Rieder and defensemen Jake McCabe and Brandon Montour all acknowledged they tested positive – skated with their teammates again this morning. Now, will they play tonight against the New York Islanders at KeyBank Center? “They remain day-to-day candidates and we’d like to consume, digest what happened here this morning,” said coach Ralph Krueger, whose Sabres haven’t played since Jan. 31. Krueger ... Read the full article
Times Herald Feb 7, 2021

Sabres’ Casey Mittelstadt added to COVID-related absences list

Forward Casey Mittelstadt on Sunday became the eighth Buffalo Sabres player the NHL has added to its COVID-19 protocol-related absences list. In addition, the Sabres announced Thursday that coach Ralph Krueger, 61, had tested positive for COVID-19 and would enter the NHL’s protocol. On Saturday, Sabres forwards Dylan Cozens and Curtis Lazar joined the COVID-19 list. Wingers Taylor Hall and Tobias Rieder and defensemen Jake McCabe, Brandon Montour and Rasmus Ristolainen were added earlier ... Read the full article

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