Quinn's 18 points through 14 games were third in the AHL entering Tuesday, and he has nine goals after totaling only two in 15 games last season.
Jack Quinn's remarkable start to the season in Rochester hasn't gone unnoticed by Sabres coach Don Granato.
Quinn tallied five goals and five assists for 10 points as the Amerks went 4-2 and finished tied for second in the AHL in scoring with 27 goals.
You're not tanking when you're rebuilding with 12 former first- or second-round picks on your roster like this edition of the Sabres, Harrington says.
During a season in which you’ll read more prospects coverage in The Buffalo News, here’s a glance at the 15 to watch in 2021-22.
Don Granato's roster for the Sabres continues to take shape.
The deadline for teams to submit their season-opening roster of 23 players is 5 p.m. Monday.
The Sabres called an audible with their goalie plan to get a longer look at UPL.
Dahlin, the recent recipient of a three-year, $18 million contract, is expected to practice with the Sabres in front of fans in LECOM Harborcenter on Friday.
“I think there’s a few things playing center that kind of bring (my skills) out a bit,” Quinn said. “I like playing the puck through the middle of the ice and dictating the play a little bit more, kind of be a little bit more competitive by being more involved in the D zone."
Jack Quinn, the No. 1 pick from 2020, is one of the big names who could be on the Buffalo roster.
"It wasn't an easy year. It was tough. I struggled more than I wanted to and production-wise, but I think it helped me a lot in the long run,” Quinn said.
"My adult children have asked me why I subject myself to all the name calling and criticism. I tell them that since they moved out of the house, I needed to fill the void," writes Bob O'Connor.
"Isn’t the party nod supposed to translate into party regulars working for the nominee?" writes Robert J. McCarthy.
The Sabres landed the No. 1 pick in the NHL draft after winning the lottery for the second time in four years, but this is no slam-dunk choice.
Joining the board of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research “is a good way for me to sort of wind up my public years," said Quinn.
"Stefanik, endorsed for Cheney’s position by the still-smarting ex-president, seems the inevitable successor," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Wallace has so far proven a survivor – walking the fine line between conservative constituents and the NYC liberals running her chamber, Robert J. McCarthy says.
Jack Quinn has played his last game with the Rochester Americans this season.
Quinn has two goals, seven assists and a minus-11 rating in 14 games for Rochester.
GM Kevyn Adams’ first significant deal on the job was trading forward Marcus Johansson to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Staal in August.
Jack Quinn served two different quarantines across six weeks after arriving in Buffalo for Sabres training camp in early January.
The Amerks play Friday at Cleveland and Quinn is expected to make his debut on Feb. 18 against Utica.