Olofsson was sent down to the AHL on Monday.
Olofsson spent the majority of this season in the AHL, tallying 60 points in 64 games. As a late-season call-up for the Sabres, the 23-year-old was able to find the scoresheet four times in his first six NHL contests.
Olofsson registered a goal on the power play Thursday night, helping his team earn a 5-2 win over Ottawa.
With four points in five games, Olofsson looks like he's going to be around for a while in Buffalo. The Sabres seem to like what they see from him, and he's a good add in dynasty leagues based on the chance of playing with Jack Eichel on a regular basis in the future.
Olofsson scored his first NHL goal Saturday in a 5-1 loss to the Islanders.
It came on the power play on a pass from Jack Eichel. Olofsson is getting scoring-line ice time, as well as power-play time. And he has a point in each of his two games. There may be some late-season value in Olofsson's game.
Olofsson collected his first NHL point in Thursday's loss to the Red Wings.
The 23-year-old has been outstanding for Rochester of the AHL, scoring 60 points in 64 games. Clearly, the Sabres were impressed, as they played Olofsson on a line with Jack Eichel and Sam Reinhart, while also using him on the top power-play unit. If Olofsson remains in those roles, he could rack up a few more points before the season concludes.
The Sabres recalled Olofsson from AHL Rochester on Wednesday.
Olofsson has been fantastic in the minors this season, racking up 27 goals and 60 points in just 64 games. The 23-year-old Swede could make his NHL debut as soon as Thursday against Detroit.
Olofsson (lower body) notched an assist in Sunday's 4-3 victory over AHL Hartford.
Olofsson -- who was dealing with a lower-body issue earlier in the year -- has racked up 17 points in 14 appearances for the Americans. If the 23-year-old continues to produce at this rate, he could find himself getting called up to Buffalo.
Olofsson (lower body) left Wednesday's AHL game early, and will be examined Thursday.
Olofsson has been playing lights out hockey in Rochester -- he's third in scoring for the American Hockey League with 16 points in 13 games. Ideally he isn't out for long, as he's been developing quite nicely this season. If he can get back to the ice in short order, and continue his level of play, he could get called up by the Sabres to make an NHL appearance.
Olofsson has 14 points in just eight games, putting him atop the leaderboard for the American Hockey League.
Olofsson has taken significant strides over the last few years. Playing in Sweden, he saw his goal total triple between 2016-17 to 2017-18, and now he's continuing that success in North America. A seventh-round selection from the 2014 NHL entry draft, Olofsson is looking like he could be a steal. If he can carry on his marvelous play, he could be getting a call up to the big club.
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