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Apr 29: Time to Downgrade - Part 2 by Dobber Hockey
... he ended on a torrid pace of 17 points in his final 13 games while on a line with Tyler Ennis and Marcus Foligno.
Ennis grabbed two assists in Friday's loss to the Rangers, giving him four points in the last three games.
Ennis snapped a seven-game pointless streak with a power play goal in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Lightning.
Ennis posted a minus-4 rating and fired just one shot on goal in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to Winnipeg.
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Tyler Ennis has a thing for Montreal and Boston, recording 10 points in eight games.
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I don't think they Sabres break up the Tyler Ennis - Marcus Foligno - Drew Stafford line, as they have been together...
Ennis posted a goal and an assist in Thursday's 5-4 shootout win over the Maple Leafs, giving him five points (two goals, three assists) in his last three games.
Ennis (head) will play in Saturday's game against the Senators, Sportsnet's Ian Mendes reports.
There is a strong possibility that Ennis (head) will be able to play Saturday against the Senators.
Ennis assisted on two of Buffalo's four goals in Friday's win over Boston, giving him six points over the last five games.
Ennis said he's back to 100 percent after suffering a shoulder injury in Switzerland during the lockout, Kevin Snow of Sabres.com reports.
Ennis has once again returned from the Swiss league to have a nagging shoulder injury re-evaluated, reports the Olean Times Herald.
Ennis, who missed seven games with an undisclosed ailment, has returned to play for the SCL Tigers in the Swiss league, The Buffalo News reports.
Ennis has signed with the SCL Tigers of the Swiss League, according to The SCL Tigers Website.
Ennis agreed to a two-year, $5.625 million contract with the Sabres on Saturday, Kevin Allen of the USA Today reports.
Ennis scored for the third-straight game and posted his third two-point contest in the last four games.
Ennis had a goal and an assist in Saturday's loss to Toronto, capping a month that saw him score 19 points in 16 games.
Ennis grabbed two assists in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Capitals and now has 17 points in 14 games during the month of March.
Ennis had two assists in Monday's 7-2 win over the Lightning to extend his point streak to five games (four goals, five assists).
Ennis opened the scoring in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss, stretching his point streak to four games (four goals, three assists).
Ennis, who was moved back to center in late January by coach Lindy Ruff, has six goals and eight assists over the last 15 games for the Sabres.
Ennis had three assists and was plus-3 in Wednesday's shootout loss to the Avalanche, giving him 14 points in his last 15 games.
Ennis notched two goals in Buffalo's overtime victory over Montreal Monday, giving him three goals in the last two games.
Ennis scored during regulation and netted the winner in the shootout in Saturday's win over the Senators.
Ennis was shifted to centre at practice Friday and skated on a line with Drew Stafford and Brad Boyes, according to Sabres.com.
Ennis' assist in Thursday's 1-0 win over San Jose extended his point streak to four games (zero goals, four assists).
Ennis' assist Saturday gives him five points in his last six games. Seven of his 12 points this season have come in the month of February.
Ennis' two points in Wednesday's 6-0 win over Boston were his first in four games since returning to action. He had missed 17 games after sustaining an ankle injury in Pittsburgh on December 17th.
Ennis played 18:46 in Tuesday's win over Montreal, his first game since December 17 due to an ankle injury.
Ennis should be able to go Tuesday in Montreal, coach Lindy Ruff reported to the Sabres' official site. He's been out since December 17 with an ankle injury.
Ennis (ankle) appears to have suffered a setback and is no longer considered day-to-day, according to Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News.
Ennis (ankle) wanted to skate Friday but had pain in his injured ankle and didn't, The Buffalo News reports.
Ennis left Saturday night's 8-3 loss to Pittsburgh after re-aggravating the same ankle that had kept him out for most of November, The Buffalo News reports.
Ennis grabbed his second point in three games with a goal in Tuesday's overtime loss to Ottawa.
Ennis (ankle) will return to the ice for Friday's game against the Red Wings, the Buffalo News reports.
Ennis (high ankle sprain) won't play in Tuesday's game but it's possible he could be ready by this weekend, The Buffalo News. reports.
Ennis is getting close to skating on his injured ankle but his return remains on a week-to-week basis, The Buffalo News reports. "Usually with that type of injury, it's a light skate to see how it feels and you judge from there," coach Lindy Ruff said. "It's doing good off ice but the on-ice part is the part you need to test."
Sabres head coach Lindy Ruff said that Ennis is week-to-week with an ankle injury he suffered Saturday, the team's official Twitter feed reports.