Owen Power Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 213 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/22/2002 (20)
Owen Power Last 10 Games
Owen Power News
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Owen Power opened the scoring in Thursday's 3-2 victory over Winnipeg, becoming the first rookie blue-liner in franchise history to score in three consecutive games. The 20-year-old was goalless for the whole campaign before things suddenly started to click for him in front of the net this week. Buffalo's overall record for the longest goal streak among defensemen is held by Rasmus Dahlin, who posted it at the start of this season with a five-game run. Power will also be riding a four-game point streak into the next matchup. He has tallied 19 points in total for the year in 45 games, adding 55 blocks with a plus-13 rating.
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Owen Power (lower body) will return from a three-game absence against Detroit on Thursday. He will join the second defensive pairing and should also see time with the second power-play unit. The first pick of the 2021 draft will hope that having some time off will help him to kickstart the season again. Power was on a seven-game scoreless run before getting hurt. He has posted 10 points -- all via assists -- for the season in 29 appearances. The 20-year-old should be able to improve his offensive numbers during the latter half of the campaign, with Buffalo having become the top-scoring squad in the league and putting up nearly four goals a night. Follow rearguard Jacob Bryson (lower body) will also return Thursday.
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Owen Power (lower body) will miss a second consecutive game Saturday versus Arizona. He was hurt during the warmups prior to Thursday's clash with Colorado and Power, unfortunately, hasn't recovered well enough to jump back into the lineup Saturday. The team considers him day-to-day. The first pick of last year's draft has had an up-and-down season so far, tallying 10 points with no goals in 29 games and recording 42 shots with 37 blocks and a plus-nine rating. He has exited the lineup with a seven-game scoring drought.
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Owen Power lit the lamp for the first time ever in Thursday's 5-2 win over New Jersey. He grabbed the team's fourth goal 8:33 into the third period and finished with a plus-three rating. Power was skating in his fifth career game and this marks his second point. The first pick of last year's draft also recorded an assist in his second-ever game against St. Louis. Power has stepped into a big role straight away for the Sabres, logging over 22 minutes per game. He has a plus-one rating through his first five games with five shots, one hit and six blocks.