Does he take the Sedins with him when he is playing in Buffalo and has 10 points right now?
Nope, but he has Vanek and Pominville on the first line there, and they're doing pretty good. That Vanek guy is currently leading the NHL in points, or haven't you heard? Even Hodgson is finally chipping in with some points. If Erhroff has snuggled in with the Sabres top two lines then it's not too surprising that he has gotten some points, and that he currently has a good +/-, just as he did when he was here. However, ten points is not any great feat, heck, Edler has 10 points (and one more goal than Ehrhoff) here in Vancouver with even with the Canucks anemic offense.
Were the Sedins scoring more, and there are signs that they are waking up, and with the 2nd line starting to be re-populated, the team should be doing a whole lot better than they currently are (current 2 game skid aside).
Vancouver is lucky that they have two elite goalies backstopping their team. Garrison has the advantage of playing on a good team. The way some of you hype this guy up people would think we were talking about Pronger or something.
And the way you are talking you make it sound Ehrhoff is the second coming of Bobby Coffey or Paul Orr.
Buffalo has Ryan Miller, one of the better goalies in the NHL, regardless of his personal stats atm. As mentioned above, Ehrhoff is also getting ice time with one of the better lines currently out there in the NHL.
Yes, Ehrhoff's 10 points and +6 rating are why the Sabres are doing so well in the standings.
Garrison has been horrible on offense and below average to average on defense. He hasn't looked good whether we are talking about stats or actual play.
Garrison is about where he was expected to be at this point with regard to offense. And yes, he has been horrible on defense. It's true that he owes all of +7 points on +/- to the goalies. None of it was him, not a single one.
If you really think Salo and Ehrhoff were not contributing to our SCF team, then you were not watching hockey.
If you really think that green is the colour for the sky then you have really not been outside all that much in the last while, or you're in denial.
So what did I just do there? I answered your out of the blue comment which had nothing to do with what I had written with one of my own. Where did I make any kind of mention that Ehrhoff and Salo did not contribute to that Cup run?
I did point out that Ehrhoff got more of the prime ice time with the top line and on the the power play than other players, like Salo. I suggested that with this time there would be a greater chance that he would get more points than guys who did not get that opportunity.
In Buffalo, Ehrhoff is getting a similar opportunity to what he had here in Vancouver. He has decent numbers, but they are no where near as good as they should be, assuming Ehrhoff is as good as you claim.
If you can't figure that out then you then aren't watching hockey.