Sabres' Kane thinks he can be even better

March 1, 2017

The Sabres did practice Wednesday morning while Tim Murray was upstairs working the phones. The lines were all mixed up and most fans didn’t like them.
Wednesday’s lines:

Moulson  O’Reilly  Okposo
Foligno  Eichel  Gionta
Kane  Girgensons  Reinhart
Ennis  Rodrigues  Bailey
Dan Bylsma thought changes needed to be made. He said, “Yes there’ll be some changes to the lines for tomorrow’s game. It hasn’t worked, it hasn’t been very good frankly. When you have minuses in goals against, so I think I’d be silly to stay with the status quo and hope for a different change.”
We spoke with Evander Kane before the trade deadline came and he wasn’t real worried about his name being bantered about, “I’ll have my phone on me, but I’m probably going to shower up and have some pizza and enjoy the rest of my day.”
“I feel pretty secure and pretty comfortable, so I’m not worried about it to be honest.”
Kane is on a pace for 35 goals this season. He’s not surprised with what he’s been able to do this year, “Ever since I scored 30 and then we had the lockout there and I started having some injury issues that made me miss quite a few games and I just wanted to come in this year and get back to that."

"For me I just wanted to remind some people what type of player I am and I think I’m playing how I’m capable and I think I can do even more and be even better.”