History shows plenty of top-shelf NHL talent to be found at No. 11
JUN 17, 11:00a ET | Jameson Olive
Rotowire: Apr 7 / 7:40a ET
News: Ennis registered an assist and the game-winning goal in Monday's 4-3 triumph over the Hurricanes.
Impact: It seemed highly improbable that Ennis's goal would hold up as the game-winner after his tally gave the team a 4-0 lead, but nothing ever seems to come easy for the Sabres, who nearly squandered the sizable advantage. With 20 goals and 45 points on the campaign, Ennis has delivered production similar to a year ago, but he's still miscast as a leading scorer for the team. He may finally have some support in 2015-16, when either of the two franchise center prospects in the upcoming draft, Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, are expected to land in Buffalo.
Rotowire: Apr 1 / 11:46a ET
News: Ennis (upper body) will return to the Sabres' lineup Wednesday against the Maple Leafs, Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News reports.
Impact: After missing the Sabres' last two contests with the injury, Ennis slotted back in on the top line during Wednesday's morning skate, suggesting that he's healthy and ready to play. The league-worst Sabres don't have many players on their roster who warrant fantasy interest, but as the team's leading scorer with 19 goals and 42 points, Ennis is about the most intriguing of the lot.