F - BUF
Vladimir Sobotka scores his 2nd and 3rd goal of the season in the first period of the Sabres 6-5 overtime win over the Canadiens.
Vladimir Sobotka had his best game of the young season against the Canadiens on Thursday night. Sobotka took his promotion to the second even strength line with much aplomb. Sobotka doubled his season point total with his 2 goals and now has 3 goals and 1 assist through 13 games. Maybe the new line will invigorate his linemate Sam Reinhart as well. Currently Sobotka is not worth adding in any fantasy format. If Sobotka can string together several more performances like this he may be worth monitoring.
Vladimir Sobotka assisted on Kyle Okposo’s first period goal in the Sabres victory on Saturday afternoon.
Vladimir Sobotka got his first assist to add to one goal on the season through 11 games. Sobotka hasn’t seemed to find his niche with Buffalo yet. Sobotka is typically a 30 point player that can help you with faceoff wins and hits but at his current point production it is best to ignore him for fantasy purposes.
Vladimir Sobotka is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
It's not yet known whether he'll be able to play against the Rangers on Saturday, but he shouldn't be held out of the lineup for too long. Sobotka made his Sabres debut on Thursday and played over 18 minutes and took a couple of penalties. The Sabres may rest him for a game or two, but he'll be back in there soon enough.
Vladimir Sobotka collected a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
Sobotka was all over the scoresheet and may have gone overlooked in the Ryan O'Reilly trade. He's not going to put up points often, but could be worth a look in deeper leagues.
Vladimir Sobotka had an assist and two hits in 17:06 minutes of ice time helping the Blues defeat the New York Rangers 3-1.
He is still looking for his first goal of the season but has contributed with four assists and a plus-three rating in the first four games of the year.