News | 12/31/2011 12:21:04 PM | BUFFALO SABRES
Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today that defenseman TJ Brennan has been recalled from the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.
Brennan (6’1”, 214 lbs., 4/3/89) joins the Sabres on his third career recall after brief stints with the team earlier this season. Brennan was last recalled on Nov. 21 and scored a goal in his NHL debut against Boston on Nov. 23. In three total games with the Sabres this season, Brennan has totaled one point (1+0) and two penalty minutes.
In his third professional season, Brennan has played 25 games with Rochester, compiling 15 points (6+9) and eight penalty minutes. In 2010-11, he ranked second among Portland Pirates (AHL) defensemen with 39 points (15+24) in 72 games.
Through 162 career AHL games, the Willingboro, N.J. native has totaled 77 points (27+50) and 121 penalty minutes. He was selected by the Sabres in the second round (31st overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
In addition, the Amerks released forward Rob Bordson from his professional tryout (PTO) today. Bordson appeared in eight games with the Amerks.