Sabres Player On If He Would Be Willing To Be Traded: “Yeah, For Sure”
The Buffalo Sabres lost again on Thursday night, this time to the Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-0.
It's the 16th straight game without a win for the Sabres and the seventh time in just 32 games they have been shut out. They've only won just six games.
It literally feels like everything has gone wrong this season. Numerous players have been injured. Former head coach Ralph Krueger was fired. The goaltending and defense have been atrocious. Scoring hasn't been there.
You can also add a player being candid when asked if he would be willing to be traded.
Forward Taylor Hall is in his first season with the Sabres and it hasn't gone well to say the least. He's scored just two goals and is a -18 on the season.
After the loss to Pittsburgh on Thursday, John Vogl of The Athletic asked Hall if general manager Kevyn Adams came to him and said there are trade offers, would he listen?
Hall's answer? "Yeah, for sure."
Here's the video of the exchange.
The NHL trading deadline is April 12th, so it's up to Adams to trade Hall before then. It's clear he doesn't want to be here anymore and the way this team has played this season, Hall likely won't be the only player leaving Buffalo over the next several weeks and months.
This has been the worst season I've ever experienced as a Sabres fan. It's disappointing to know they're this bad and how long it'll probably take to turn things around.