Bryson managed an assist in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers.
Bryson earned the secondary assist on Jeff Skinner's first-period tally. The 23-year-old Bryson hasn't been a regular contributor on offense with only seven points in 31 games. The fourth-round pick from 2017 has added 40 blocked shots, 23 hits, 20 shots on net and an even plus-minus rating.
Bryson was promoted to the active roster ahead of Thursday's game versus the Devils, per CapFriendly.
Bryson is essentially a fixture in the Sabres' defense at this point, so his moves to the taxi squad on off-days are just paper transactions.
Bryson was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Bryson has carved out a role for himself on Buffalo's blue line, as he's played in 20 of the last 23 games, recording four points while averaging 19:32 of ice time. He'll likely be promoted for Thursday's game versus the Devils.
Bryson was promoted to the active roster Tuesday, per CapFriendly.
Bryson has more or less become a regular in the lineup for the Sabres. Tuesday's game versus the Devils is his fourth straight appearance.
Bryson was assigned to Buffalo's taxi squad Sunday, per CapFriendly.
Bryson has appeared in three straight games with the Sabres, picking up two helpers over that span, so he'll likely return to the active roster ahead of Tuesday's game versus New Jersey.
Bryson dished out two assists and was plus-4 in Wednesday's 6-1 win over Philadelphia.
Bryson, who missed Monday's contest for an undisclosed reason, enjoyed his first multi-point game as an NHLer with assists on a pair of second-period goals. He also tied for the team lead with his plus-4 rating. The 23-year-old rookie has a goal and three assists through 17 games.
Interim coach Don Granato said that Bryson (undisclosed) is on track to play in Wednesday's game versus the Flyers, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Bryson missed Monday's game, but all indications are that he'll be back in action Wednesday. The 23-year-old has suited up in 13 of the last 15 games, averaging 19:29 of ice time and recording two points. Bryson will likely bump Matt Irwin out of the lineup.
Bryson is considered day-to-day after leaving Saturday's loss to the Bruins with an undisclosed injury, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
It doesn't sound like this injury is too serious, but Bryson won't play in Monday's game against the Flyers. The 23-year-old blueliner has recorded two points and a minus-7 rating through 16 games this season. His next chance to play is Wednesday's rematch against the Flyers.
Bryson was promoted to the active roster Thursday.
Bryson and Brandon Davidson are apparently alternating in and out of the lineup. The 23-year-old Bryson is taking on more responsibility of late, averaging 20:49 of ice time and adding a goal over the past seven outings.
Bryson was reassigned to Buffalo's taxi squad Tuesday.
Bryson has appeared in eight straight games with the Sabres, so he'll likely return to the active roster sooner rather than later. The 23-year-old rookie has potted one goal in 11 NHL appearances this season.
Bryson scored his first career NHL goal during Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Islanders.
Just 33 seconds into the game, Bryson snapped a shot that beat a partially screened Semyon Varlamov high glove side, but it was just about the only highlight of the afternoon for the Sabres. Bryson actually led all Buffalo skaters in ice time at 20:48, edging out Rasmus Dahlin by eight seconds, but the 23-year-old isn't seeing any power-play time and remains an afterthought for fantasy purposes despite his growing role.
Bryson was promoted to the active roster Saturday, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.
Bryson will skate next to Brandon Montour on the second pairing in Saturday's game versus the Islanders. The 23-year-old Bryson has played five games with the big club this year, recording no points, five hits and six blocked shots.
Bryson has been returned to the taxi squad, per CBS.
Bryson will likely return to the active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus the Islanders. He's gone scoreless through five games this campaign.
Bryson was promoted to the active roster Thursday, and he posted four hits and two blocked shots in a 5-2 loss to the Islanders.
Bryson will likely continue to shuffle between the active roster and the taxi squad. His place in the lineup is in no doubt, as he skated 24:10 in Thursday's contest. He's still searching for his first NHL point.
Bryson was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Bryson has played in three of the last four games, recording four shots on net and a plus-1 rating. The 23-year-old is expected to get plenty of playing time on Buffalo's blue line this year with Will Borgen (wrist) out long term and Jake McCabe (knee) out for the season.
Bryson will be added to Buffalo's active roster and play in Tuesday's game versus the Rangers, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
The 23-year-old rookie has gone scoreless through three games this season, but he'll see action on Buffalo's second or third pairing Tuesday.
Bryson was designated for the taxi squad Sunday.
In turn, Bryson's not expected to play in Sunday's game versus the Flyers. Brandon Davidson, who was called up in a corresponding move, likely will take Bryson's place in the lineup. Bryson posted a plus-2 rating and four shots on net over his first three NHL games.
Bryson was promoted from the taxi squad and played in Saturday's game versus the Flyers, per CapFriendly.
Bryson had three shots on goal, two blocked shots and two PIM in the 3-0 loss. The 23-year-old will likely continue bouncing between the active roster and the taxi squad, although the return of Rasmus Ristolainen could ultimately cut into Bryson's playing time.
Bryson was sent to the taxi squad Friday, according to CBS Sports.
Bryson has been in the lineup for the last two games with Buffalo, posting an impressive plus-3 rating despite not scoring a point. The 23-year-old blueliner could be recalled for Saturday's contest against the Flyers if Rasmus Ristolainen (not injury related) is unable to play.
Bryson will join the active roster and lineup for Thursday's game against New Jersey, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
Bryson made his NHL debut in Tuesday's game against the Devils, earning a plus-2 rating across 17:59 of ice time. He'll return to the lineup on the third defensive pair, pairing with Colin Miller in the lineup.
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|05/03||vs NYI||W 4-2||0||1||1||+1||19:52|
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|04/29||@ BOS||L 2-5||0||0||0||+2||18:14|
|04/27||@ NYR||L 1-3||0||0||0||-1||15:14|
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