Coach Don Granato told reporters Thursday it's "not probable" Ullmark (lower body) will be able to start Saturday versus the Penguins, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.
This news all but confirms Ullmark is done for the season. The 27-year-old backstop was plagued by various injuries throughout the campaign, but he played pretty well when healthy, going 9-6-3 while posting a 2.63 GAA and a .917 save percentage through 20 appearances. Ullmark is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and he'll likely have plenty of suitors on the open market.
Ullmark (lower body) is making progress in his recovery, but he won't be available for Tuesday's matchup with the Islanders, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports.
The Sabres only have two games remaining following Tuesday's contest, so Ullmark is running out of time to return this season. Check back for another update on the 27-year-old netminder's status prior to Thursday's matchup with Pittsburgh.
Ullmark (lower body) will not be available for Monday's tilt with the Islanders, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
The Sabres are dealing with four injured goaltenders, including Ullmark, so Michael Houser will make his NHL debut Monday while Stefanos Lekkas was signed to a professional tryout agreement in order to dress as the backup. Ullmark was listed with a week-to-week injury in mid-April and there hasn't been much additional information on his status. He'll be doubtful for Tuesday's rematch with the Islanders.
Ullmark (lower body) is considered week-to-week, according to coach Don Granato.
Ullmark's injury comes at a bad time for the Sabres, who remain without Carter Hutton (lower body), which will likely result in Dustin Tokarski carrying the workload for the club in the interim. Considering that Buffalo is unlikely to make the playoffs and there are only three weeks remaining in the regular season, there may not be enough time for Ullmark to get back into action this year.
Coach Don Granato didn't have an update on Ullmark's (lower body) status ahead of Thursday night's game versus the Capitals, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
The Sabres are hoping to have an update on Ullmark's condition Friday, but he'll miss Thursday's matchup with Washington at a minimum. With Ullmark and Carter Hutton both sidelined with lower-body injuries, Dustin Tokarski will take over as Buffalo's No. 1 netminder for the time being.
Ullmark suffered a lower-body injury in Tuesday's game versus the Bruins, John Vogl of The Athletic reports.
Ullmark left the game after just 4:54 of ice time. After the game, interim head coach Don Granato didn't have an update on the goalie's status. More information on the 27-year-old's status should surface prior to Thursday's game against the Capitals.
Ullmark left Tuesday's game versus the Bruins for an undisclosed reason, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Ullmark left the game after recording three saves over 4:54 of ice time. The Sabres were up 1-0 at the time of Ullmark's departure. Dustin Tokarski entered the game in Ullmark's place.
Ullmark will defend the road goal in Tuesday's game versus the Bruins, Shawn Hutcheon of High End Hockey reports.
Ullmark is heating up with a .919 save percentage and a 4-1-0 record over his last five appearances. Taylor Hall will be wearing the B's jersey Tuesday, adding yet another weapon to a loaded offense. Even with Ullmark's recent performance, he's a dicey fantasy option against Boston.
Ullmark pushed aside 40 of 43 shots en route to a 5-3 win over the Flyers on Sunday.
The Swede permitted a pair of first-period goals, but the Sabres would rally back with five goals to the Flyers' one the rest of the way. Overall, this was a fantastic performance from Ullmark, as he never wavered mentally and withstood the season-high 43 shot attempts.
Ullmark will tend the road twine in Sunday's game versus the Flyers, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Ullmark has been busy lately, averaging 30.5 saves over his last six starts and generating a .910 save percentage and a 3-2-1 record. The Flyers have been up and down lately, and they've lost four of their last six contests while averaging 2.2 goals.
Ullmark stopped 32 of 37 shots in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Devils.
Ullmark allowed three goals in the first period and two more in the third before New Jersey finished the scoring with an empty-netter. He came into this game with a stellar 4-0-0 record, 2.04 GAA and .939 save percentage against the Devils, but they finally figured Ullmark out in this one. The Sabres will probably be underdogs in every game they play for the rest of the season, which will make Ullmark hard to trust in the fantasy realm.
Ullmark will guard the home goal during Thursday's matchup with New Jersey, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Ullmark has been on a roll recently, picking up three straight wins while posting an admirable 1.95 GAA and .935 save percentage. The 27-year-old Swede will attempt to secure his ninth victory of the year in a home matchup with a Devils team that's lost four straight games.
Ullmark made 27 saves in Tuesday's 5-3 win over New Jersey.
Ullmark has remarkably put together a personal three-game winning streak, which is quite a feat considering his team is 9-23-6 overall. He certainly earned this one, as New Jersey held a 30-18 edge in shots. Eight of Buffalo's nine wins have come with Ullmark in net, but he's still tough to trust considering even non-playoff teams like the Devils have no trouble tilting the ice against the Sabres.
Ullmark will guard the road net in Tuesday's game versus the Devils.
Ullmark has been one of the lone bright spots for Buffalo this season, registering a .921 save percentage through 16 appearances. Both the Sabres and the Devils will be holding players out Tuesday in anticipation of trades. Ullmark is an intriguing fantasy option, as the Devils rank 27th in the league with 2.44 goals per game.
Ullmark kicked out 28 of 30 shots in Saturday's 3-2 shootout win over the Rangers.
Ullmark earned his second consecutive victory with a strong effort against the Rangers. New York's Artemi Panarin was the only Ranger to solve him in regulation, but the 27-year-old netminder stuffed both Panarin and Mika Zibanejad during the shootout. Ullmark has enjoyed a nice year for the Sabres, going 7-5-3 with a 2.44 GAA and .921 save percentage.
Ullmark will defend the home net in Saturday's game versus the Rangers, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Ullmark has been solid since returning from injury, posting a .923 save percentage and 1-1-1 record over three starts. However, he's still a risky fantasy play, as the Sabres don't offer much help offensively or defensively. The Rangers have won five of their last seven contests, averaging 4.1 goals in the process.
Ullmark turned aside 31 of 32 shots Wednesday in a 6-1 win over Philadelphia.
Ullmark was rock-solid, enabling Buffalo to finally put an end to its 18-game winless slide. The only goal he allowed was an Ivan Provorov point blast through traffic early in the third period. The 27-year-old Ullmark improved to 6-5-3 on the year with a 2.49 GAA and .920 save percentage, numbers that are particularly impressive considering Buffalo's mess of a season.
Ullmark will guard the home goal in Wednesday's game versus the Flyers, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Ullmark looked like he was on track to snap Buffalo's lengthy losing streak in Monday's game against the Flyers, but he allowed three goals in the third period and a fourth in overtime en route to the team's 17th straight loss. Overall, the 27-year-old has recorded a .916 save percentage and a 5-5-3 record this year, but his situation in Buffalo makes his fantasy value shaky.
Ullmark turned aside 32 shots in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Flyers.
The Sabres roared out to a 3-0 lead through two periods, but unfortunately for the luckless club, games don't stop after 40 minutes. Ullmark is 0-1-1 since returning from his lower-body injury, and on the season he has a solid 2.60 GAA and .916 save percentage despite the sad state of affairs in Buffalo.
Ullmark will defend the home net in Monday's game versus the Flyers, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
After missing 15 games with a lower-body injury, Ullmark looked solid in Saturday's loss to the Bruins, stopping 33 of 36 shots. Offensive support is an issue for any Sabres goalie. However, the Flyers have had plenty of defensive trouble lately, and they've totaled just 11 goals over the last five games.
|Last 7 Games|
|04/13||@ BOS||L 2-3 (SO)||0||3||3|
|04/11||@ PHI||W 5-3||1||3||40||43|
|04/08||vs NJ||L 3-6||1||5||32||37|
|04/06||@ NJ||W 5-3||1||3||27||30|
|04/03||vs NYR||W 3-2 (SO)||1||2||28||30|
|03/31||vs PHI||W 6-1||1||1||31||32|
|03/29||vs PHI||L 3-4 (OT)||1||4||32||36|
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