BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Sabres forward Mikhail Grigorenko will not suit up tonight against Columbus, after struggling to begin the season.
Head Coach Ron Rolston says his "compete level" is not where it needs to be at this point.
"You got to go to the puck, you got to get the puck, you got to support the puck, you got to be around the puck, you got to battle for the puck," said Rolston. "You can stick handle in a phone booth, but that doesn't really translate unless you can be an impact on the game."
Grigorenko is scoreless in four games to start the season. The Sabres host Columbus tonight at 7pm.
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