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Sabres Finished With Arbitration Process

from the AP via Sports Illustrated,
An arbitrator awarded Buffalo center Adam Mair a one-year, $675,000 contract Sunday, ending a two-week period in which the Sabres saw their modest $29 million payroll from a year ago increase substantially. According to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the players and the NHL, the Sabres have to automatically accept Mair's award because it is less than $1.4 million. The ruling also starts the clock on the team's decision whether to winger J.P. Dumont's $2.9 million judgment that he received Wednesday. Buffalo has until Tuesday to decide. If the Sabres walk away from the award, Dumont becomes an unrestricted free agent.
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