Buffalo Sabres Prospect Update, Feb ’15

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Oct 14, 2014; Raleigh, NC, USA; Buffalo Sabres forward Sam Reinhart (23) before the game against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Arena. The Buffalo Sabres defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 in a shootout. Mandatory Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

BUFFALO SABRES CENTER PROSPECTS

The Buffalo Sabres have a host of prospect centers playing below the AHL/ECHL level right now, starting off with Green Bay Gamblers forward Christopher Brown. Brown has 30 points (13-17) in 40 games with the USHL club. He also has 22 penalty minutes and is overall a minus-5 on the year.

Perhaps the most notable Buffalo Sabres prospect is, of course, Sam Reinhart, playing with the WHL’s Kootenay Ice. Reinhart has registered 45 points (13-32) in 33 games since returning to Kootenay from Buffalo, good for fourth overall on the team in scoring.

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  • Eric Cornel, a Peterborough native playing for his hometown Petes in the OHL, has 44 points in 52 games. Cornel’s year includes 13 goals and 31 assists, plus 33 penalty minutes.

    Notre Dame center Connor Hurley has 12 points in 31 games. He has three goals and nine assists, as well as four penalty minutes.

    West Seneca native Sean Malone is playing college hockey for Harvard. He has nine points in eight games. Malone has registered four goals, five assists and six penalty minutes.

    Brad Navin has five points, 16 penalty minutes and a minus-18 in 26 games with the University of Wisconsin.

    Judd Peterson has five points (3-2) and 18 penalty minutes in 28 games with St. Cloud State.

    Finally, Maxwell Willman has registered two points and racked up 10 penalty minutes in 24 games with Brown University. This is his first year playing college hockey.