‘January was particularly gruesome. The team shooting nearly 11% across all situations helped gloss over the fact that this team played just about every game in incredible proximity of either Carter Hutton or Linus Ullmark. One skater (winger Jimmy Vesey) on the entire roster had an expected goal rate above break even. Not a single Sabres skater saw a positive shot differential while on the ice. And even with an incredibly high team shooting percentage, only four skaters saw a favorable goal differential. (This is what happens when you have 104 shot attempts in the red in 11 January games.)’
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