ight birdies from 17, made a trio of pars

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ight birdies from 17, made a trio of pars

Messaggioda lw789 » 28/02/2018, 7:39

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Given the number of Buffalo Sabres players being mentioned in trade talks, interim coach Ted Nolan has established a running joke with captain Steve Ott. "You dont want to make light of it, but every day when I walk in, I say, Steve, youre still here," Nolan said, with a chuckle after the teams pre-game skate Friday. The question remains, for how long? And the buzz leading up to the NHLs trade deadline Wednesday hasnt been limited to Ott, who is in the final year of his contract and eligible to become a free agent this summer. Goalie Ryan Miller, forward Matt Moulson and veteran defenceman Henrik Tallinder are also being shopped because their contracts are coming up, too. And add defenceman Christian Ehrhoff to the group after confirming he recently complied with the Sabres request to submit a list of eight teams that would make up the no-trade clause of his contract. Though the submission of the list doesnt guarantee Ehrhoff will be dealt, it suggests the 10-year veteran has been the subject of trade conversations. Ehrhoff was not caught by surprise. "No, not really because obviously, we are in 30th place and they have to be prepared," said Ehrhoff, who declined to reveal what teams were on his list. "Its just part of the business. Ill keep focusing on hockey." The Sabres (17-34-8), who host San Jose on Friday, are bracing for a shakeup under newly hired general manager Tim Murray, who continues to drop major hints that hes eager to make big splashes in a bid to rebuild the NHLs worst team through youth. On Tuesday, Murray confirmed hes shopping Miller, adding hes fielded calls from more than two but fewer than 10 teams. On Friday, during an interview with Torontos FAN 590, Murray narrowed the number of teams interested in Miller to about five, while adding that much of his entire roster is available. "Theres no untouchables," said Murray, who took over in early January. "Its a rebuild." The Sabres are in the midst of an overhaul that began under Murrays predecessor, Darcy Regier, who was fired in November. Buffalo will likely miss the playoffs for a third straight season and hasnt won a playoff round since 2007, when the team reached the Eastern Conference finals before losing to Ottawa. The roster purge began last season, when the Sabres traded numerous high-priced veterans, including captain Jason Pominville. And it continued into October, when Thomas Vanek was traded to the New York Islanders for Moulson and a first-round draft pick. The Sabres, as a result, have stockpiled draft picks. They could have as many as two first-round and three second-round selections in this years draft. Buffalo also has a solid group of prospects in its farm system, including defencemen Rasmus Ristolainen and Nikita Zadorov, who were both drafted in the first round in June. Murrays objective is to add more draft picks or young prospects. Ehrhoff has value because hes a dependable two-way defenceman who leads the team averaging 24:02 of ice time per game, and leads Sabres blue liners with 28 points (six goals, 22 assists). Hes in his third season with Buffalo after signing a 10-year, $40 million contract on June 30, 2011. Miller, who is set to start against San Jose, has already spent much of this week reminiscing about his 11 seasons in Buffalo, and making sure to thank fans for their support. "Its a great place to play hockey. You feel part of something. You feel appreciated," said Miller, who holds franchise records with 284 wins and 540 games played. "With the uncertainty, you dont want to miss an opportunity to say, Thank you." Miller recalled with a laugh the time a fan approached him at a local grocery store to provide pointers on how to hold his stick. 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You kind of have to forget about it just because were playing a totally different golf course tomorrow, said Putnam. Thats the only time Im going to play the Nicklaus so kind of put that out of my memory now and now Im focusing on the Palmer for tomorrow. Francesco Molinari, the only non-American in the top 10, finished with an 8- under 64 and he is tied for second with Blake Adams, Mark Wilson, John Peterson and Scott Pinckney. Molinari and Adams played on the Palmer Course, Wilson and Peterson were on the Nicklaus Course and Pinckney played at La Quinta. Defending champion Patrick Reed (La Quinta) fired a 7-under 65 and he is tied for seventh with Matt Kuchar (La Quinta), Jason Kokrak (Nicklaus) and Steve Wheatcroft (Palmer). Playing in his first event since withdrawing from last seasons BMW Championship, 42-time PGA Tour winner Phil Mickelson carded a 1-under 71 and he is tied for 89th. Putnam, the 2013 Web.com Player of the Year, started off with three pars from No. 1 on the Nicklaus Course before rolling in his first birdie on the par-5 fourth. He gave that shot back two holes later with his lone bogey on No. 6, but Putnam was on fire from there. After finishing the front nine with two more gains on seven and nine, Putnam rolled on the back nine by making birdies on every hole except the 11th and 18th, both of which he parred. Over his final 12 holes, Putnam made nine birdies and threee pars.dddddddddddd He finished the back nine in just 29 shots. Like a light switch and said I needed to make some birdies, so I did, Putnam said about what happened from the seventh hole on. I played decently solid before that, just made a few mistakes to make bogeys, but then just lit it up coming in. Molinari, playing the back nine first, made a birdie on 11 and went on to make five straight pars from 12 before he also caught fire. Molinari rolled in five straight birdies from 17, made a trio of pars from four and finished up with a pair of gains on seven and eight to go along with a par on No. 9. Adams, also starting on the back side, traded a birdie on 11 for a bogey on 12. Much like Putnam and Molinari, Adams went on a run with six straight gains from No. 14. After three straight pars from two, Adams drained a trio of birdies from five. Despite closing with a bogey on nine, Adams remained one shot back heading into the second round. Wilson, the 2012 champion at this event, started off on fire with an eagle on 13 to go along with birdies on 10 and 11. A bogey on 15 dropped Wilson back a shot, but three straight birdies from 17 got him back on track. From there it was smooth sailing for Wilson as he made six straight pars from two before making a pair of gains on eight and nine to finish strong. Peterson finished his strong first round with an eagle on eight, seven birdies and a bogey on No. 6. A nine-birdie day for Pinckney helped put his name in the mix as he added one bogey to his round on No. 12. Mickelson, who won here in 2002 and 2004, had a solid front nine with birdies on three, four and six, but three bogeys and just one gain on the back side hurt him as he finished with a 71. NOTES: Putnam won the Mexico Championship and the Mid-Atlantic Championship on the Web.com Tour in 2013. He also won the Utah Championship in 2010 ... Like Reed did last year, Putnam carded a first-round 63. Reed went on to shoot 63 in each of the first three rounds ... Wilson has had mixed success so far this season, missing three cuts, one secondary cut and finishing in the top 10 twice in five events. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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