Victor Olofsson Makes NHL History As The Sabres Win Again
Could it get any better for Buffalo sports fans these days? Seriously, the Bills are off to a 4-1 start, and next play the winless Miami Dolphins at home this Sunday...and the Sabres are doing just as well, probably even better!
The Sabres defeated the Dallas Stars at home on Monday, 4-0. The team record now stands at 5-0-1.
It was an all-around victory but Sabres rookie forward Victor Olofsson made NHL history in the process. He opened the scoring on the power play with his fifth goal of the season and seventh of his career, as he scored twice when appearing for Buffalo last season.
Olofsson has scored the first seven goals of his career on the power play, making him the first NHL player to ever do so!
The Sabres have a tough challenge ahead though, as they begin a west coast road trip on Wednesday in Anaheim to play the Ducks.
It's still super early but hey, let's enjoy this while we can...even though it does appear that the Sabres have found the roster to get them back to the playoffs.