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Posted: Sunday, 29 June 2014 10:11AM

Sabres Buying Out Ehrhoff

BUFFALO, NY (WGR 550)  -- The Buffalo Sabres have already used their first Compliance Buy-Out on forward Ville Leino, and now they may be using their second one...

TSN's Bob McKenzie shocked the hockey world Sunday morning with this tweet. McKenzie then released the reason the Sabres have begun the process.
Ehrhoff's rights were traded to Buffalo just before the 2012 draft. The German defensman then signed a 10 year deal worth $40 million dollars. That deal payed him $18 million for the first two seasons then averaged out to be $4 million a season from years three to six and then $3 million to the seventh before leveling out to $1 million for the final three seasons.

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