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Times Herald Nov 13, 2018

Sabres’ Patrik Berglund to be healthy scratch against Lightning

BUFFALO – Sabres forward Patrik Berglund is a three-time 20-goal scorer with a hefty $4.7 million salary. But 16 games into his Sabres career, Berglund, 30, has been a disappointment. So far, the Swede he has compiled as many healthy scratches (two) as goals. Sabres coach Phil Housley said Berglund will be scratched for tonight’s tilt against the Tampa Bay Lightning inside KeyBank Center. He also sat out Oct. 18 in San Jose. “We got ... Read the full article
Times Herald Nov 9, 2018

Sabres’ Tage Thompson could play against Canucks

BUFFALO – Technically, Sabres winger Tage Thompson is a game-time decision for Saturday afternoon’s home tilt, coach Phil Housley said. Still, it seems like Thompson, a healthy scratch the last four games, could return against the Vancouver Canucks. Thompson practiced at right wing beside center Johan Larsson and Patrik Berglund this afternoon. Meanwhile, Zemgus Girgensons, a regular on the fourth line, rotated in. Thompson, 21, a scratch seven times this season, hasn’t played since ... Read the full article
SFGate Oct 21, 2018

Sabres rally to defeat Ducks in Anaheim

Buffalo’s Rasmus Ristolainen scored a tie-breaking power-play goal early in the third period, and the Sabres rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat the Ducks 4-2 in Anaheim on Sunday. Kyle Okposo and Jeff Skinner scored 88 seconds apart in the second period to even it before Ristolainen ripped a rising slap shot through traffic and past goalie Ryan Miller for his first goal of the season. Patrik Berglund added an empty-net goal for the Sabres. Okposo had a goal and an assist and Carter Hutton made several big saves in the frantic final minute. “Down the stretch, we made some big...
Die By The Blade Oct 18, 2018
Patrik Berglund struggles may be tied to his coach

Patrik Berglund struggles may be tied to his coach

While Berglund has struggled through six games, his situational usage may be to blame It’s fair to say that is hasn’t been a smooth start to Patrik Berglund’s Buffalo Sabres career. Through six games, the veteran forward has been unable to get involved offensively and has been caught out of position a few times defensively. Perhaps the most notable defensive gaff came on the Vegas Golden Knights first goal on Tuesday evening. Jonathan Marchessault blew past Berglund who was caught napping. When Berglund realized what was happening he was too late and Marchessault had an easy...

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