The Buffalo Sabres have given Colton Gillies another shot at reviving his NHL career.

The Sabres released their training camp roster on Tuesday revealing that Gillies — the 16th overall pick at the 2007 NHL Entry Draft — will be attending on a professional try out.

Gillies 24 has fallen on hard times after making his NHL debut for Minnesota at 19 years of age.

Things started brightly with the Wild — Gillies made the team out of training camp in 2008-09 and appeared in 45 games scoring seven points — but quickly turned south as he toiled in AHL Houston for the better part of two seasons.

Gillies appeared in just seven games for Minnesota during the 2010-11 season and 37 during the 2011-12 campaign before being placed on waivers where he was quickly scooped up by Columbus.

While the former WHL Saskatoon standout did carve a role for himself with the Jackets — he appeared in 27 games last season — he was a healthy scratch on numerous occasions and wasn’t brought back after his contract expired in July.