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The Scouting Report
It’s a new era in Buffalo. The Sabres skate onto the ice for the 2015–16 season with some fresh faces in key roles. Behind the bench, newly minted head coach Dan Bylsma takes the reins of a team that looks forward confidently to a bright future, like a zamboni driver who just received his learning permit. One major key to that future is rookie center Jack Eichel. As the No. 2 overall pick in last June’s draft, Eichel anchors a new offense poised to bring the heat. Other new additions include Ryan Lehner in goal and former Jets winger Evander Kane, whom the team acquired in a blockbuster trade last season. The fresh faces will all get a chance to gel during this trio of preseason showdowns with Washington, Toronto, and Columbus, which may help fans decide if the playoffs can be seen in the magical reflection at center ice.