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by Paul on 06/26/06 at 12:14 PM ET
"I'm disappointed after this weekend," Biron said. "I thought there'd be a little more movement this weekend. I thought I'd be a part of it, too. Didn't happen." Biron woke up Sunday morning still a Sabre. He was optimistic Saturday's NHL draft, a fecund setting for trades with all 30 teams and a horde of agents converging on GM Place in Vancouver, would lead him to a new employer. "When Luongo got traded," Biron said, "my first thought was, "Maybe there will be more movement.' Usually the dominoes fall not too far after a big trade like that." Yet Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier departed Vancouver with Biron as his backup goalie. "There's an awful lot of a feeling-out process taking place," Regier said late Saturday night on the GM Place floor. Regier has indicated he won't trade Biron until they have a suitable replacement in house.more...Biron also mentioned the Wings may have interest in him. But in an earlier post today, Jim Nill mentioned the Wings will probably go the UFA route for a goalie. added 3:25pm, from the AP via Sports Illustrated,
"We would like for him to be traded as fast as possible," Biron's agent, Gilles Lupien, told The Associated Press on Monday. Lupien said he will recommend his client accept the $2.1 million offer by the NHL's mid-July deadline because it would potentially make a trade easier. By matching his salary last year, the Sabres retained rights to Biron.more
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