‘The Sabres’ likely No. 1 center is looking for a long-term, big-money deal at a time when the club would clearly prefer giving him a “bridge” contract to follow up his entry-level pact. Think the two-year, $5.6 million deal that Tyler Ennis signed in 2012.’
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