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Buffalo, NY • United States • 23 Years Old • Male
Buffalo had an amazing pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft when they chose 6 foot 8 inches Tyler Myers. The 19 year old rookie made an impression the moment he started playing for the Sabres.

Buffalo traded up one spot with the L.A. Kings in order to get Myers. They wanted him on the team badly. If they hadn't trade, there is a good chance he would not be on the Buffalo Sabres right now.

He made the team immediately and showed what he can do early on. Lindy Ruff had ten games to determine whether or not to send him down to Portland. Liking what he saw, Ruff chose to keep on the team.

Myers is making an impression and has already become a fan favorite in Buffalo. At the age of 19, he is already an amazing defenseman. People know he will be even better down the road. The scary thing is that he is still six or seven years away from his prime.

Too Tall Tyler” scored his first career point in just his second game for the Sabres, earning an assist. A couple of games later, Myers received his first NHL goal against Dwayne Roloson and the Islanders.

On October 24th, Tyler Myers was selected for the shootout. Not only did he score, but he won the game for the Sabres, defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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Filed Under:   Buffalo   Myers   Kelowna   Ruff  
January 24, 2010 10:08 PM ET | Delete
Calder trophy and a Norris nominee in my books. I cant think of many defenceman who have been more important to their team then Myers. Green most likely gets on the ballot and maybe Doughty? There may have been ones better at different times by Myers is the best Dmen on one of the best teams.
January 25, 2010 3:29 PM ET | Delete
Myers will most likely gets the Calder, but I don't think he will get many votes for the Norris.I think Duncan Keith already has the trophee inside his house.
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