Once again the Buffalo Sabres were informed by the National Hockey League that they will not be allowed back on the ice.

The league announced that due to COVID-19, the Buffalo Sabres' game scheduled for this week will be postponed. The Sabres were expected to be in action on Thursday wearing the new "Reverse Retro" jerseys.


The Buffalo Sabres announced that 9 players have been placed on the leagues COVID-19 absence list.

Forwards Taylor Hall, Tobias Rieder, Dylan Cozens, Curtis Lazar, and Casey Mittelstadt; and defensemen Ristolainen, Brandon Montour, Jake McCabe, and Rasmus Dahlin have all been added to the league's list along with head coach Ralph Krueger.

The last time the Sabres played was back on January 31st against the New Jersey Devils.

The Buffalo Sabres next game could come on Monday, February 15th as they are expected to be at home hosting the New York Islanders.

 

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