Zach Bogosian

#47 D / Buffalo Sabres / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 lb Age: 25 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Scores 100th career assist

    Bogosian scored two assists Saturday against Washington to give him 100 assists in 442 career games. Bogosian now has seven points in 28 games with the Sabres after missing time early this season with an injury. He's one of Buffalo's more experienced players and used more in a defensive role. The third overall pick from 2008 doesn't have much to offer in fantasy except in leagues that count hits and blocked shots.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Receives warm welcome in return to Winnipeg

    Bogosian played 23:23 and was held without a point in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Jets, but received a warm welcome from his former team. Bogosian remains rock-solid for the Sabres, even though he's minus-9 in his past seven games. He averages 21:39 of ice time per game, second only to Rasmus Ristolainen among the team's defenseman. The 25-year-old missed time at the beginning of the season due to injury and has just five points in 25 games, but should still be able to match last year's total of 20 points. Bogosian is only valuable in leagues that count hits and blocked shots and it should be also noted he has never managed to stay healthy for an entire season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Scores first goal with Sabres

    Bogosian finally scored his first goal in a Buffalo sweater during Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Red Wings. The gritty blueliner hasn't produced much offense since coming to the Sabres via trade last season, with just nine points in 29 games. As a former No. 3 overall pick and a guy who once hit 30 points in only 65 games on the blue line, Bogosian's upside seems much higher than what he's shown with Buffalo so far, but it's been a long time since he provided much in the way of fantasy-relevant stats. Of course, a lower-body injury derailed him early this year, so it's not inconceivable that he might round into finer form as the season goes on.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Will play Friday

    Bogosian (undisclosed) will play in Friday's game against the Hurricanes. Bogosian was considered a game-time decision for the Sabres coming in, but he will indeed suit up for the contest after skipping morning skate. He'll pair with Jake McCabe for the contest.

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    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Game-time decision Friday

    Bogosian is considered a game-time decision Friday against the Hurricanes with an undisclosed injury, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports. Bogosian reportedly skipped morning practice Friday because it would give him the best chance of playing Friday night, but it's still no guarantee. If he's unable to go, Mike Weber is healthy, and would be activated to play Friday should Bogosian sit.

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    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Will make season debut Tuesday

    Bogosian will make his season debut Tuesday, reports John Vogl of The Buffalo News. Bogosian has missed all of the Sabres' games this season with a lower-body injury and has a tough matchup ahead against the Dallas Stars. He averaged 26 minutes per game in 21 games with the Sabres last year and should be around that number once he gets back to full-speed. The big, burly defenseman will take a little pressure off Rasmus Ristolainen, who will likely remain as the team's No. 1 defenseman. Bogosian has little fantasy value due to his limited offensive abilities, but should be valuable in leagues that count blocked shots and hits.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Will return this week

    Bogosian (lower body) will return to the lineup at some point this week, and he hasn't been ruled out for Tuesday, The Buffalo News reports. Bogosian has yet to play this season, but continues to be a full participant in practice and indicated Monday that "I feel good." While he hasn't been confirmed as in the lineup yet, it seems as though there's a good chance his return will indeed come Tuesday. However, an update on his status for the contest should be provided at some point before the opening faceoff.

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    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Undergoes first full practice since injury

    Bogosian (lower body) was a full-participant in practice on Friday, Jon Vogl of the Buffalo News reports. After skating Friday, Bogosian deemed himself day-to-day. He seems doubtful to suit up for Saturday's game though, as Friday was his first full practice since sustaining his injury. However, a return for Bogosian seems likely within the next week.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Will not travel on road trip

    Bogosian will not travel with the team, which means he will miss the next two games. Bogosian has yet to play for the Sabres this season and will miss Tuesday's game against Tampa Bay and Thursday's game against Florida, although head coach Dan Bylsma said "he is getting closer to returning." No date has been set yet but it's possible Bogosian returns from his lower-body injury by the end of the month. Upon his return, it's likely he'll be eased back into a top-four role slowly.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Sabres' Zach Bogosian: Returns to practice

    Bogosian (lower body) returned to practice Thursday, reports Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News. This is encouraging news for Bogosian, who has yet to play this season, and the Sabres, who sorely miss his presence. There's still no timetable for Bogosian's return other than the fact that he will need some time to get his skating legs back. Once he returns, expect him to return to his usual shutdown role on the top pairing. He doesn't score very often, but in deep leagues where peripherals count, he may be a decent addition.

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