Buffalo Sabres goalkeeper Linus Ullmark will be out again for a few weeks and may even miss the rest of the 2020-21 campaign.
Chief coach Don Granato said on Friday: “Ulmark’s situation is now more complicated, because his condition will be assessed weekly and there is not much time left in rural areas.”
In 20 games this season, the Swedes maintained a 9-6-3 record, scoring an average of 2.63 goals and a save rate of .917.
Since March 22, the Sabre has been deprived of Carter Hutton’s service due to lower limb injuries. Therefore, Buffalo training will have to trust Dustin Tokarski (Dustin Tokarski). Last Thursday, the former Montreal Canadiens scored their first national league victory since 2015, when his club defeated the Washington Capitals 5-2.
Granato also proposed the idea of recalling the young Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen. The latter is considered the future of Sabre, but has not yet played a role in the Bateman Tour.
The driver said: “Later today, we will make a decision on him, but we obviously want him to be a member of our team.” As far as I know, he is not often with Rochester. [dans la Ligue américaine]. Therefore, we must determine when he will join us. “
The 22-year-old Finn maintained a 7-5-2 record with Sabers’ school club, averaging 3.60 goals in 14 games and a save rate of .888.