|Date of Birth||7/15/1990|
|Height, Weight||6'3", 221 lbs|
|Drafted||2008 - Rd 1 (3rd Overall) by ATL|
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Bogosian (lower body) will make his season debut Friday night against the Penguins.
Bogosian has low-end two-way skills, having added two goals, nine assists and 97 blocked shots through 56 games last season, but perhaps no one is more excited about his return than coach Phil Housley. "He's a powerful skater and brings a lot of good energy for our room," said Housley. "We've missed that."
Bogosian (lower body) will be re-evaluated ahead of Friday's tilt against Pittsburgh, Paul Hamilton of WGR 550 reports.
Bogosian (lower body) has skated all week and there's a good chance he'll play Friday, making him a game-time decision. The Sabres defense is very banged up with Rasmus Ristolainen (undisclosed) still feeling the effects from a hit delivered by the Lightning's Braydon Coburn. Bogosian has yet to play this season and will probably be sheltered in his first game as he tries to shake off some rust.
Bogosian (lower body) will not suit up for Tuesday evening's contest against the Lightning.
Thus, Bogosian will have to wait at least one more game to make his season debut, as coach Phil Housley said that the team wants to be overly cautious with the defenseman coming a longer-term injury. Considering Bogosian was supposed to be a game-time decision for Tuesday's contest, it seems a good chance he'll end up playing Friday against Pittsburgh.
Bogosian (lower body) is a game-time decision for Tuesday's tilt with the Lightning.
Bogosian has yet to play this season, but coach Phil Housley says he's nearing his return. If it's not Tuesday, Bogosian's next chance will come Friday against the Penguins.