Kyle Okposo

#21RW,
G
19
A
26
Pts
45
+/-
-7
PPP
23
SOG
156
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 218
Born:
Birth Place: St. Paul, Minnesota
Draft: 2006 1st round (7th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • ABC News

    Game on ... and on: 11-day hockey marathon set for Buffalo

    For Mike Lesakowski and 39 of his hockey-playing friends, it's game on. And on and on and on. From the opening faceoff Thursday night to the final whistle set for the morning of July 3, the group of mostly 40-something Buffalonians will be on the ice playing one continuous game spanning 11 days — or 251 hours, to be exact. Their goal is to raise $1 million for cancer research and break the Guinness World Record mark of 250 hours, 3 minutes, 20 seconds set during an outdoor game in Alberta in 2015. If it sounds a little farfetched, Lesakowski won't argue. "Yeah," he said with a laugh, "that's a good way to put it." Teams will be split into groups of about seven players (five skaters, a goalie

  • ABC News

    Penguins-Predators rematch scheduled for Oct. 7

    The Stanley Cup finalist Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators get another look at each other Oct. 7 in the 2017-18 schedule released by the league on Thursday. That game will be in Pittsburgh, and the teams will meet again Nov. 11 in Nashville. Hart Trophy winner Connor McDavid takes his Edmonton Oilers to Pittsburgh to face MVP runner-up Sidney Crosby on Oct. 24. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Calder Trophy winner Auston Matthews host the Penguins Dec. 9. New Vegas Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury returns to Pittsburgh to face his old teammates Feb. 6. The scheule a number of special games. The New York Rangers will play the Buffalo Sabres at Citi Field in the Winter Classic on Jan.

  • GM expects goalie Petersen to shun Sabres
    ESPN.com

    GM expects goalie Petersen to shun Sabres

    Associated Press CHICAGO -- Buffalo Sabres general manager Jason Botterill has all but given up on signing goalie prospect Cal Petersen. Botterill tells reporters he expects the former Notre Dame star to pursue free agency at the end of next week and doesn't foresee him signing with Buffalo. Though disappointed by Petersen's plans, Botterill understood the possibility existed of the Sabres losing out on their 2013 fifth-round draft pick. The Sabres had 30 days to sign Petersen once he announced on May 31 that he was forgoing the final year of college eligibility. Petersen led the Fighting Irish to their third Frozen Four appearance in April and was one of five finalists for the Mike Richter Award