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Apr 29, 2022 0 0 0 0
Apr 28, 2022 0 0 -1 0 -0.5
Apr 23, 2022 0 0 -2 0 -2
Apr 21, 2022 0 0 0 0
Apr 17, 2022 0 2 0 1 4

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2021 30.54.4 7 15 22 -26 14:32
2020 30.8 1 1 1 11:25
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Heading to minors

    Krebs will play with AHL Rochester during the Calder Cup Playoffs, Bill Hoppe of the Olean Times Herald reports. Krebs tallied 15 points in 18 games with AHL Rochester this season and added 22 through 48 appearances at the NHL level. The 21-year-old will get some extra reps during the AHL postseason and should have no trouble making the NHL roster to begin the 2022-23 campaign.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Producing with extra man

    Krebs had two power-play assists in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Flyers. Krebs has seven points in his last 10 games, and six of those have come on the power play. The 17th overall selection in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft has the skills to capitalize on the extra time and space afforded to him when the Sabres go up a man, but Krebs still looks overmatched at times at even strength, as evidenced by his minus-17 rating through 44 games with Buffalo.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Two tallies against Leafs

    Krebs scored two goals in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs. He potted Buffalo's first goal early in the second period, then added an insurance tally in the third. Krebs continues to flash the talent that made him the 17th overall pick in the 2019 Draft, and over the last month the 21-year-old has three goals and nine points in 14 games while finding a home on the Sabres' second line.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Elevated from AHL Rochester

    Krebs was promoted from AHL Rochester on Tuesday. Krebs has averaged 17:34 of ice time -- 4:05 during the man advantage -- and generated four points over his last five NHL appearances. With AHL Rochester this season, the 21-year-old has logged 15 points over 18 games. He tallied one assist over two AHL games played during his recent assignment to Rochester that began Wednesday.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Loaned to AHL

    Krebs was reassigned from the active roster to AHL Rochester on Wednesday. Krebs has averaged 15:17 of ice time and recorded five points over 20 NHL appearances this season. The 21-year-old will rejoin AHL Rochester, where he has logged 14 points over 16 contests in 2021-22.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Pair of points in win

    Krebs scored a goal on three shots, supplied an assist and went plus-2 in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Coyotes. Krebs' first-period tally stood as the game-winner, and he also helped out on Alex Tuch's insurance tally in the second. All five of Krebs' points this season have come in his nine games with the Sabres since he was traded from the Golden Knights. The 21-year-old has added 23 shots on net and a minus-9 rating through 18 appearances, while his presence in the Sabres' top six makes him a decent low-end forward option in redraft formats.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Pots first two NHL goals

    Krebs scored two goals including the game-winner in Saturday's 6-3 victory over the Flyers. The 2019 first-round pick came into the game with only two assists through his first 19 NHL games, but Krebs tipped home his first goal at the top level late in the first period to give the Sabres a 4-2 lead, then added another tally early in the second. The 20-year-old, acquired in the Jack Eichel trade earlier this season, skated on the No. 1 power-play unit Saturday as he continues to earn a bigger role for the rebuilding club.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Activated off protocols list

    Krebs cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Friday, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports. Although Krebs has exited the league's virus protocols, it isn't clear if he'll slot back into the lineup immediately Saturday against Detroit. The 20-year-old forward has picked up one assist through three appearances with Buffalo this campaign.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Designated for COVID-19 protocols

    Krebs entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Tuesday. Krebs has averaged 14:20 of ice time, 1:05 during the power play, and has tallied one assist through his 12 NHL appearances this season. The Calgary-born center has played more AHL contests than NHL, so his absence will be felt minimally in fantasy circles.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Summoned by parent club

    Krebs was recalled by the Sabres on Tuesday. Krebs is expected to make his Sabres debut Wednesday against the Devils. The 24-year-old forward has racked up 19 points through 18 AHL appearances this season.
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  • Sabres' Peyton Krebs: Included in Eichel trade

    Krebs is headed to Buffalo from Vegas along with Alex Tuch (shoulder), a 2022 first-round pick and a 2023 second-round pick in a swap for Jack Eichel (neck) and a 2023 third-round selection. Ironically, it is Krebs -- a 2019 first-round pick -- who figures to have the most immediate impact on his new club as both Eichel and Tuch are dealing with long-term injuries. In nine games for the Knights this season, the 20-year-old Krebs has generated 10 shots, six hits and a minus-6 rating but remains pointless to start the year. While he should get a chance to play in Buffalo right away, if Krebs continues to struggle, he could find himself headed to AHL Rochester before too long.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Demoted to Silver Knights

    Krebs was sent down to AHL Henderson on Friday. Krebs recorded two hits, one shot and a minus-2 rating in the first two games of the season while averaging 13:20 of ice time. Given the Golden Knights don't play again until Wednesday's clash with the Blues, Krebs' demotion could simply be a cap-saving move that will see him brought back up closer to puck drop.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: On ice for practice

    Krebs (jaw) was at the Golden Knights' afternoon practice session Thursday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The oft-injured center earned an assist in four games in his first taste of NHL action last year. Krebs' presence at training camp suggests his broken jaw has healed well enough for him to get on the ice. He'll be in competition for a bottom-six role during camp, although it wouldn't be surprising for the first-round pick from 2019 to end up with AHL Henderson to begin 2021-22.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Still missing time

    Krebs (jaw) won't be available for Thursday's Game 6 against Montreal, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Krebs has been missing due to the jaw issue since May 8, as he's still without a timetable for a return. The 20-year-old won't likely make an impact even if he suits up, as he recorded just one point in four games this season. Especially considering Chandler Stephenson returned from injury in Game 5, it's likely Krebs won't make an appearance for the remainder of the postseason.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Skating with extras

    Krebs (jaw) was on the ice with the rest of the Golden Knights' "Black Aces" on Thursday, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Considering he wasn't in attendance at the game-day skate, Krebs shouldn't be expected to rejoin the lineup versus Colorado on Thursday. The Calgary native was seen sporting extra protection on his helmet to protect his broken jaw. Even if cleared to play, Krebs figures to be hard-pressed to break into the lineup for Vegas and will likely serve as an emergency depth option once healthy.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Still dealing with jaw injury

    Krebs (jaw) is expected to remain out of the lineup for Sunday's Game 4 against the Avalanche, Nicholas Cotsonika of NHL.com reports. The timetable surrounding Krebs' injury remains murky. The 2019 first-round pick got his first taste of NHL experience over four games in early May, but he's been sidelined since.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Expected to miss Monday

    Krebs (face) is not expected to suit up for Monday's game against Colorado, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Krebs took a puck to the face in Saturday's win over the Blues and will likely miss at least a game as a result. The rookie forward will be questionable for Wednesday's season finale against the Sharks.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Hit in face with puck

    Krebs left Saturday's game versus the Blues after he was hit in the face with a puck, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. Krebs took a slap shot to the face from teammate Shea Theodore. Somewhat cruelly, the deflection off of Krebs went on target and counted as his first NHL shot on goal. The 20-year-old didn't return at the start of the third period, and the severity of his injury is not fully known.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Will play Wednesday

    Krebs will join Vegas' active roster and play Wednesday versus Minnesota, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Krebs is expected to center the Golden Knights' third line against the Wild. The 17th overall pick from the 2019 NHL Entry Draft made his NHL debut Monday against Minnesota, picking up a helper in 9:05 of ice time.
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  • Golden Knights' Peyton Krebs: Earns assist in NHL debut

    Krebs posted an assist and went 4-for-5 at the faceoff dot in Monday's 6-5 loss to the Wild. While the Golden Knights blew a two-goal lead, Krebs had a memorable NHL debut. His first career point was an assist on Alex Tuch's first-period tally. The 20-year-old Krebs racked up 43 points in 24 contests with WHL Winnipeg at the junior level this season. Krebs was selected 17th overall in the 2019 draft and could compete for a full-time roster spot with the Golden Knights in 2021-22.
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