Sabers win 6-3 hat-trick and Flames suffer first loss of season

Buffalo  Sabers forward Alex Tuch's, left, scores on Calgary Flares goalkeeper Dan Vlader during the third time frame during NHL hockey activity in Calgary, Thursday, October 20, 2022.

Calgary — Drove by resilient individual exhibitions, including Remus Dahlin's unprecedented beginning to the season, the Bison Sabers have seen their portion of being a more impressive rival than in years

Dahlin scored for the fourth consecutive game - a NHL record for a defenseman to open the season.

Alex Tuch scored his most memorable profession full go-around as the Sabers crushed the Calgary Blazes in a 6-3 win over the season on Thursday night.

"It's insane," Dahlin said of his accomplishment. "I truly don't have the foggiest idea what to say.

Contemplating it is excessively insane. 78 games left. I have more work to do."

Dahlin positions second in the association from plus-minus to plus-six, in front of Vegas defenseman Shea Theodore.

At only 22 years of age, Dahlin is presently in his fifth NHL season.