Linus Omark (LW)
Acquired by the Buffalo Sabres from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for a conditional sixth-round draft pick on December 19, 2013.
2013-14: Cleared waivers and was reassigned to Rochester on 2/08â€¦ Placed on waivers by the Sabres on 2/07â€¦ Recorded two assists and six PIM in 13 games with the Buffalo Sabres (NHL) prior to joining the Amerksâ€¦ Logged a season-high 16:15 TOI vs. Edmonton on 2/03â€¦ Tallied an assist vs. Florida on 1/21â€¦ Notched his first point as a Sabre and first point since Mar. 22, 2012 with an assist vs. New Jersey on 1/04â€¦ Contributed one shot on goal over 12:57 TOI in his Sabres debut at Boston on 12/21â€¦ Scored his 100th pro goal vs. Abbotsford on 11/16â€¦ Appeared in one game with the Edmonton Oilers (NHL), a 4-2 loss at Tampa Bay on 11/07, before being dealt to Buffaloâ€¦ Registered a team-high 29 points (14+15) in 29 American Hockey League contests with the Oklahoma City Baronsâ€¦ Netted a pair of goals in a 5-4 loss at Chicago on 12/08â€¦ Posted a season-long seven-game point streak (2+9) from 11/21 to 12/06, a stretch that also featured three multi-point outingsâ€¦ Scored a career-high four goals, including two on the power-play and one penalty shot, and took a team-high seven shots in a 5-4 win at San Antonio on 10/25â€¦ Collected four points on two goals and two assists against Abbotsford on 10/18â€¦ Had a three-game point streak (3+3) from 10/13 to 10/18.
2012-13: Spent the entire campaign with EV Zug of the Swiss-A leagueâ€¦ Led the league in scoring with a career-high 69 points (17+52) in 48 gamesâ€¦ Paced Zug in both assists and points and finished third on the team with 17 goals
2011-12: Scored three goals and collected eight PIM in 14 NHL contests with Edmontonâ€¦ Added 16 points (6+10) and eight PIM in 18 AHL games Oklahoma Cityâ€¦ Scored a goal and skated a season-high 18:17 vs. Montreal on 3/08â€¦ Took a game-high six shots vs. Milwaukee on 2/18â€¦ Posted a season-long four-game point streak (3+3) from 11/16 to 2/17, scoring a goal in three straight games over that stretchâ€¦ Had a three-game assist streak (0+5) with the Barons from 11/03 to 11/08â€¦ Notched three assists at Abbotsford on 11/05â€¦ 2010-11: Registered NHL career-highs in goals (5), assists (27) and points (27) while appearing in 51 games as a rookie for the Oilersâ€¦ Contributed 31 points (14+17) in 28 appearances for Oklahoma Cityâ€¦ Added three points (1+2) in six AHL postseason contests for the Baronsâ€¦ Made his Calder Cup Playoff debut in Game 1 of Oklahoma Cityâ€™s opening round matchup at Hamilton on 4/14, recording an assistâ€¦ Notched two assists in Edmontonâ€™s regular-season finale at Colorado on 4/10â€¦ Logged a season-high 20:58 of ice time vs. Vancouver on 4/05â€¦ Enjoyed a three-game point streak (2+2) from 3/31 to 4/05â€¦ Assisted on a pair of goals at Colorado on 3/05â€¦ Had a three-game NHL assist streak (0+4) from 2/02 to 2/05â€¦ Registered two assists at Columbus on 2/05â€¦ Recorded four assists in a 6-5 loss to Rockford on 1/02â€¦ Scored his first NHL goal and tallied two assists in a 6-3 win over Columbus on 12/16â€¦ Earned his first NHL recall from Edmonton on 12/08 and made his NHL debut later that night against the Tampa Bay Lightningâ€¦ Recorded his first NHL point in the game with an assist and scored the game-winning shootout goal in the Oilersâ€™ 4-3 victoryâ€¦ Collected three points (1+2) at Manitoba on 12/04â€¦ Captured a season-long six-game point streak (7+4) from 11/07 to 11/23â€¦ Named the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for period ending Nov. 7, 2010â€¦ Scored a franchise record five goals in regulation and added another in the shootout in a 7-6 win over Toronto on 11/07â€¦ Also finished the game with a team-high 12 shots and a +3 on-ice ratingâ€¦ Compiled a five-game point streak (3+4) from 10/16 to 10/23â€¦ Scored his first goal as a Baron against Lake Erie on 10/16â€¦ Made his AHL regular-season debut vs. Houston on 10/09â€¦ 2009-10: Registered 36 points (20+16) and 34 PIM in 56 games for Moscow Dynamo of the KHL... Ranked second on the team in goals, third in points and fourth in assistsâ€¦ One of just two Dynamo players to score 20 or more goalsâ€¦ Racked up four PIM in four playoff gamesâ€¦ 2008-09: Notched a team-high 55 points on 23 goals and 32 assists in 53 games during his final season with Lulea of Swedish Hockey Leagueâ€¦ Led the team in assists and points while finishing second in goalsâ€¦ Averaged a team-best 1.04 points per game and was first among Lulea skaters with a +18 on-ice ratingâ€¦ Paced Lulea in postseason scoring with five points (0+5) in five gamesâ€¦ 2007-08: Collected 32 points (11+21) in 55 games for Luleaâ€¦ Ranked first on the team with assists, third in points and fourth in goalsâ€¦ 2006-07: Appeared in 50 games with Lulea, tallying eight goals and nine assists for 17 pointsâ€¦ Scored one goal in four postseason contestsâ€¦ 2005-06: Picked up one assist in 19 games as a rookie with Luleaâ€¦ Dressed in three playoff matchupsâ€¦ INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: Represented Sweden at the 2010 IIHF World Championship in Germanyâ€¦ Recorded four points (1+3) and eight PIM in nine games to help Sweden to another bronze medalâ€¦ Won a bronze medal with Team Sweden in his senior international debut at the 2009 IIHF World Championship in Switzerlandâ€¦ Ranked second among Swedish skaters with 10 points on two goals and eight assistsâ€¦ Made his international debut at the 2007 World Junior Championships in his native country, where he recorded five points (2+3) in seven games to help Sweden to a fourth-place finish in the tournament