The playoff-hopeful Buffalo Sabres traded a second-round pick and a fourth-round pick to the Minnesota Wild for forward Jordan Greenway.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Sabres were buyers at the NHL trade deadline.
The playoff hopefuls traded a second-round pick and a fourth-round pick to the Minnesota Wild for forward Jordan Greenway.
Locked on Sabres host Joe DiBiase says the Sabres add some physicality as well as some defensive responsibility up front in the deal.
“They have a lot of offense, they’re second in the league in goals, but they cannot keep the puck out of the back of their net and they’re second from the bottom in penalty killing,” DiBiase pointed out. “They hope Greenway is going to help their bottom six in a big way while also being open to some upside offensively.”
Greenway, 26, was drafted 50th overall by the Minnesota Wild back in 2015. In 317 career NHL games, …