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But passion might be the underlying trait that helped the affable Smith reach the NHL. “There’s a lot of nice kids, but they don’t necessarily know how to play.
So he’s a driven kid and he’s passionate to get better every day.
Smith, who grew up in Des Moines, Iowa, believes he will be better off in Buffalo. We’re certainly a blue-collar program.” The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Smith, of course, developed in other ways during his three NCAA seasons.
He had a slew of teams after him in free agency, but he said Thursday he identifies with the city’s blue-collar mentality. “You get a little thicker, he’s getting more explosive,” Bazin said.
He generated offense without shirking his defensive responsibilities. is he loves to play and he loves to be at the rink and he’s always got a smile on, and that’s contagious.
“Somebody establishing himself as a very dependable, responsible defensive (player) without negotiating offense, there’s no question they’re going to have opportunities to go forward,” Bazin told the Times Herald by phone Thursday, hours after Smith inked his entry-level deal. The modern NHL is an ultra-tight, systems-oriented league. “He understood that the better defensively he plays, the better off he gets,” Bazin said. “The blue-collar thing, yeah, he is from blue-collar roots.
Eichel, of course, almost certainly won’t sign a deal worth as much as Mc David’s.
Still, he could receive a long-term contract worth perhaps million a season.
“We kind of bonded a little bit getting hurt,” Enroth said.
The Buffalo Sabres and Jack Eichel’s camp have started “preliminary discussions” about a contract extension for the star center, according to TSN’s Pierre Le Brun.
The 20-year-old has one year with a base salary of 5,000 left on his entry-level deal. If superstar Connor Mc David’s reported new contract – an eight-year deal with an average annual value of .25 million – is any indication, Eichel will break the bank.
New Sabres general manager Jason Botterill has been subtracting from former GM Tim Murray’s staff and adding his own people.
Cunneyworth had two playing stints with the Sabres over his 866-game NHL career before coaching the Rochester Americans, their AHL affiliate, from 2000 to 2008 and again in 2015-16.