Note: This story was written by Sabres101′s Lea Natalello.
Tyler Ennis has been one of the Buffalo Sabres’ break-out stars the past couple of games.
Canadian center, Ennis, has earned three points during the last two games in about 30 minutes of playing time. His recent performances are reminiscent of the player’s first NHL games in 2010 where he pulled out nine points in 10 games to finish the season.
Ennis contributes his recent success to great coaching and chemistry with his teammates.
“I’ve felt a little more comfortable with Ted coming in. He has been telling me to just play my game and not to worry about the ‘x’s and o’s’. He is just really trying to instill that confidence back in me,” explained Ennis.
“Me and Zemgus have some chemistry going right now,” Ennis continued. “We need to lower the turnovers, play 60 minutes and just compete.”
Starting out, Ennis received the Dudley “Red” Garret Memorial Award for being the top rookie in the AHL. Ennis began his NHL career in the 2009-10 season and has been on the Buffalo Sabres the entire time. The 24-year-old has played in 217 NHL games totaling 135 points overall.
So far this season Ennis has played in 30 game and stands at 12 points.
You need to satisfy your competitive drive, so why not beat our experts in fantasy football. At FightClub, our official Fantasy Football partner, you can change you team weekly and win cash. Get a free $5 credit when you sign up and try them out. And each week, Sports Media 101 will sweeten the pot and award the player with top points an extra $25. Match-up and show them how good you are. Can you handle FightClub?
Your man cave is your home field advantage for every game. When the game is on the line, you should be able to look around and be reminded of the great moments you've watched unfold in that very room! MJR Sports Integrity offers a wide range or team and player-specific memorabilia that can do just that and take your game day room to the next level. Find your inspiration at MJR Sports Integrity and will your team to victory!Tags: Buffalo, Buffalo Sabres, Hockey, NHL