Injured Sabre Jake McCabe: 'I know my best hockey is yet to come'

Injured Sabre Jake McCabe: 'I know my best hockey is yet to come'

NEWARK, N.J. – Buffalo Sabres defenseman Jake McCabe, who suffered a season-ending knee injury Saturday in New Jersey, thanked the organization and its fans for support in a tweet Tuesday morning and vowed to return to the NHL despite the severity of his situation. "Although it’s been an extremely difficult few days, I have been overwhelmed with the amount of support and well wishes from my family, friends, @BuffaloSabres organization and the Buffalo community," McCabe wrote. "I greatly appreciate it and I know my best hockey is yet to come." Although it’s been an extremely difficult few days, I have been overwhelmed with the amount of support and well wishes from my family, friends, @BuffaloSabres organization and the Buffalo community. I greatly appreciate it and I know my best hockey is yet to come. 💪🏻 — Jake McCabe (@McCabe19) February 23, 2021 McCabe, 27, has a lot of work ahead of him. The team's alternate captain is facing surgery after suffering a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus during the collision with New Jersey captain Nico Hischier in the third period …
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