Dan Bylsma on getting concussed Tyler Ennis back this season: "I don’t have any indication one way or another, but yes, hope to."
Sportsnet "It’s not much of a shock that the Buffalo Sabres are shaping up to be sellers once again at the trade deadline, but one name floating around is a bit surprising. The Sabres are prepared to listen to offers on forward Tyler Ennis, according to ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun. Ennis has three years..." January 13
The Score "Alex Ovechkin did some damage in Buffalo on Wednesday. The Washington Capitals superstar caught Tyler Ennis with a big hit in the second period, causing the Sabres forward to leave the game. Ennis didn't appear for the start of the third period, and the Sabres later announced he wouldn't..." December 30
NHL.com "Buffalo Sabres forward Tyler Ennis, who has missed the past four games because of an upper-body injury, is week-to-week as far as his return, the Sabres announced Thursday. Ennis has three goals and 10 points in 19 games this season." December 03
The Score "The Buffalo Sabres had a very active offseason and after two years of rebuilding, forward Tyler Ennis is happy to finally be seeing the light. "It seemed like a really long two years, but in the grand scheme of things it could be pretty quick," Ennis told NHL.com's Derek Van Diest. "It might..." August 31
Pro Hockey Talk "According to reports, Buffalo will make last year’s second-leading scorer its second-highest paid forward. The club is close to announcing an extension for current RFA Tyler Ennis, per NHL Network’s Kevin Weekes. Ennis, 24, will reportedly ink a five-year deal in the neighborhood of $23M — if..." July 16
Buffalo News "The chemistry was noticeable when the line hit the ice for the first time. Matt Moulson, playing in his first game as a Buffalo Sabre, joined the top line with Cody Hodgson and Tyler Ennis. The trio had pop and breathed some life into the Sabres offense. Moulson scored twice and Ennis picked up..." October 30
Buffalo News "A night after one of their most boring games the Sabres responded with the most exciting. The result was finally different. Buffalo picked up its first victory of the season Tuesday with a 4-3 shootout win over the New York Islanders. The Sabres and Islanders traded scoring rushes..." October 16