Everyone knew that Jack Essel had been sold from Buffalo Sabis to the Golden Horses in Vegas on Thursday morning, but the details of the deal and Buffalo’s return were not clear until everyone woke up and took to Twitter. A little already.
Don’t worry – this is not a post about Jack Essel because he was not educated at Boston College.
In the business, Buffalo won the Boston College Men’s Hockey Alim Alex Tuch from Peeton Crabs and a few draft picks. The Dutch signed a seven-year extension in Vegas after the 2018 Stanley Cup final. Along with the Golden Knights, the Dutch have 139 points in 249 games, scoring 61 goals and 78 assists. He opened the NHL with a total of 52 points, 20 goals and 32 assists during the 2018-19 season.
Tutch played two seasons in BC, celebrating his first year with hockey East All-Rockie and then helping the Eagles reach four coolest spots in their second year. Like the eagle, he scored 62 points in 77 games. It was one of the highlights of the 2016 half-time Bentot Championship with Boston University.
In a way, shopping in Buffalo is about coming home to a breed of Syracuse born in Baldwinsville, NY (two hours left?). He joined CBS’s Casey Fitzgerald in Sabers.
Exciting tweet summary (Warning, most of these are being deleted on Buffalo Subs)
peyton krebs and alex tuch waking up and checking their phones pic.twitter.com/6Vtv4JOpQx— Ava ʅʕ•ᴥ•ʔʃ (@avatarrant) November 4, 2021
peyton krebs and alex tuch this morning pic.twitter.com/sPqff4ijbj— sammy (@holtbymoly) November 4, 2021
Alex Tuch and Peyton Krebs waking up this morning pic.twitter.com/aq9NwbwoLW— andrew the caps fan (@tjfloshie) November 4, 2021