Tyler Myers missed 19 games with a broken wrist this season so there's no way he's going to come close to the offensive totals of his first two years. But the Buffalo Sabres defenseman knows he can do more on the score sheet. Myers delivered at a key moment of Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over the New York Islanders, keeping the puck inside the zone and feeding Paul Gaustad for the tying goal at 11:46 of the third period. Myers jumped up on the play on his first shift in the opening period to create pressure in the Islanders' zone and it was how he spent much of the night. The play to feed Gaustad was perhaps his best.
Sabres' Myers making up for lost time
Buffalo News | Feb 6