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|Mar. 30 1:14 PM PT2:14 PM MT3:14 PM CT4:14 PM ET20:14 GMT4:14 AM 北京时间1:14 PM MST3:14 PM EST0:14 UAE (+1)16:14 ET - Grigorenko will play for the Rochester Americans, three months after the first-round pick briefly refused a demotion to junior hockey.
Analysis: The 19-year-old Russian began the season in the NHL, but struggled to adapt. He scored two goals in 18 games before being demoted to the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Jan. 11. Grigorenko initially refused to report to Quebec, preferring to develop in Rochester of the American Hockey League. An agreement between the NHL and the Canadian Hockey League does not allow teenagers to play in the AHL.
|Jan. 12 6:57 PM PT7:57 PM MT8:57 PM CT9:57 PM ET2:57 GMT10:57 AM 北京时间7:57 PM MST9:57 PM EST6:57 UAE (+1)21:57 ET - Grigorenko will be reporting to his Canadian Junior Hockey League team, after all. The Sabres announced on their Twitter account on Sunday night that Grigorenko has informed them that he will report to Quebec City. '
Analysis: The decision comes a day after the team's 2012 first-round draft pick balked at being demoted, saying he wanted to take time to "think about my career."
|Jan. 11 2:02 PM PT3:02 PM MT4:02 PM CT5:02 PM ET22:02 GMT6:02 AM 北京时间3:02 PM MST5:02 PM EST2:02 UAE (+1)17:02 ET - Grigorenko will not report to the Quebec Remparts after Buffalo assigned its former first round pick to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League club on Saturday.
Analysis: Grigorenko's agent, Jay Grossman, confirmed that the center will not report, but did not provide additional details in a text message to the Associated Press. The 19-year-old Grigorenko has been unhappy to not be staying with the NHL team after recently returning from the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Malmo, Sweden, where he lead Russia to the bronze medal with eight points in seven games.
|Nov. 19 10:30 AM PT11:30 AM MT12:30 PM CT1:30 PM ET18:30 GMT2:30 AM 北京时间11:30 AM MST1:30 PM EST22:30 UAE13:30 ET - The NHL has blocked the Buffalo Sabres' bid to send Grigorenko to the minors on a conditioning assignment.
Analysis: The Sabres announced the decision Wednesday, a day after Grigorenko was among three rookies assigned to AHL Rochester. Under league rules, teams are allowed to assign players on conditioning stints lasting no more than 14 days. The NHL has not commented on the reason behind its ruling. Grigorenko had difficulty earning playing time in Buffalo. Before the demotion, he missed two straight games and five of seven as a healthy scratch.
|Nov. 9 8:16 AM PT9:16 AM MT10:16 AM CT11:16 AM ET16:16 GMT12:16 AM 北京时间9:16 AM MST11:16 AM EST20:16 UAE11:16 ET - Grigorenko scored his first two goals of the season for the Sabres on Friday.
Analysis: He has totaled all three of his points in the last three games.