'Alexander Mogilny's agent, J.P. Barry, said the $442,000 the Sabres owe the Vancouver Canucks is owed to Mogilny, not the Canucks. The Canucks seem to agree. Barry said the money is related to marketing rights fees, which grant the use of a player's image and likeness to promote the team. Marketing rights fees became a common way to compensate players in the early to mid-1990s.'
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