Dmitry Kulikov

Dmitry Kulikov

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/201 lbs
Born: Lipetsk, Russia
Draft: 2009 1st round (14th pick) by the
Shoots: L

    Postgame Report | Comrie posts shutout as Sabres defeat Islanders

    At the conclusion of the game, Buffalo was four points behind the Pittsburgh Penguins for the second Wild Card spot. The Penguins host Washington at 8 p.m. How it happened Video: BUF@NYI: Comrie blanks Islanders with 26 saves PERIOD 1 The Sabres outshot the Islanders 15-7, fueled in part by the line of JJ Peterka , Dylan Cozens , and Jack Quinn . The trio combined for five shot attempts, including a one-timer from Cozens on a 2-on-1 rush that was turned away on a loud pad save from Varlamov. Comrie stopped all seven New York shots, including a pad save of his own on Pierre Engvall during the final minute. PERIOD 2 The Sabres were unsuccessful on an early power play, then killed a pair of penalties

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