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Tyler Ennis

Tyler Ennis  #63

NUMBER: 63 BIRTHDATE: October 6, 1989  (AGE 24)
HEIGHT: 5' 9" BIRTHPLACE: Edmonton, AB, Canada
WEIGHT: 169 DRAFTED: BUF / 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (26th overall)    Prospect Bio
• Had nine goals and 16 points over his final 25 games of the season, 20 points (10+10) over his final 29 outings as well as 28 points over his final 39 overall (13+15)
• Led all Sabres skaters in goals (21), while finishing 2nd in points (43)
• Was one of only nine players to dress in both the first and last games of the season
• Netted a pair of goals vs. NJD (4/1) and at DAL (3/3)
• Scored a goal and registered nine shots at OTT (2/6)
• Career-best six-game point streak (3+4) from 1/12-1/23
• Recorded two assists over a career-high 25:13 TOI  vs. CBJ (1/18)
• Had goals in consecutive outings three times (11/16-11/19, 12/5-12/7 and 1/12-1/14)
• His goal 10 seconds into the game vs. STL (11/19) was the quickest Sabres goal to start a game since Drew Stafford scored 10 seconds in on Jan. 27, 2009 at EDM (via Elias Sports Bureau)
• Registered a goal and an assist at SJS (11/5) and at MTL (12/7)
• Skated in his 200th career game at TBL (10/26)
WHL East First All-Star Team (2008, 2009) AHL All-Rookie Team (2010) Dudley ``Red'' Garrett Memorial Award (AHL Rookie of the Year) (2010) Signed as a free agent by Langnau (Swiss), September 21, 2012.
Quote of the Day

The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres