Zach Bogosian’s status in the Buffalo Sabres’ organization got a whole lot messier Monday afternoon.
The veteran defenseman has been suspended by the team after refusing to report to the Rochester Amerks. Bogosian, who has not played a minor-league game since 2009, was assigned to Rochester on Saturday after clearing waivers.
The Sabres announced the suspension in a terse two-sentence tweet and the club said: “There will be no further information or comment at this time.”
Said Bogosian’s agent, Darren Ferris, in a text message to The Buffalo News: “We are aware of the notice of suspension and will not be providing a comment at this time.”
The Buffalo Sabres have released the following statement regarding the status of Zach Bogosian. pic.twitter.com/R2dkrFpwew
— Sabres PR (@SabresPR) February 17, 2020