BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Sabres hit the ice for training camp Thursday morning with plenty of prospects among the 60 players on the ice.
Figuring out where to put all of those prospects is one of the biggest decisions looming for Ron Rolston, as he begins his first training camp as an NHL Head Coach.
"We'll find out in camp where some of these younger players are, and what's the best place for them," said Rolston. "Is it here? Is it to continue development? So a lot of decisions will be on that, too."
Former first-round picks Mikhail Grigorenko and Mark Pysyk will likely make the NHL roster, while Joel Armia, Zemgus Girgensons, Rasmus Ristolainen, and Nikita Zadorov will try to make an impression as well.
Buffalo has three days of practice before the first preseason game, set for Sunday night at Montreal.
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