Sabres' Kyle Okposo (knee) will not play in Thursday's home opener
Buffalo Sabers winger Kyle Okposo (knee) will not play as Buffalo opens their regular season at home against the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday.
Okposo has been sidelined since October 4, when he took a slapshot to his knee at practice, and is considered day-to-day.
We project Okposo to tally 70 points -- 24 goals and 46 assists -- this season, and he is our 11th-ranked right winger for fantasy purposes this season.
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