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Sabres reportedly seek Regehr

Calgary defenseman Robyn Regehr has been asked to waive his no-movemen clause to accept a trade to the Buffalo Sabres, according to a tweet posted by TSN's Darren Dreger.

There was no information on who the Sabres would be sending to Calgary for Regehr and no source named for the report.

Regehr turned 31 in April. The 6-foot-3, 226-pounder has played all 827 of his NHL games with the Flames. He is a stay-at-home defender with 29 goals and 163 points in his career. He has had a plus rating for seven straight seasons.

He has two years remaining on his contract at a salary of $4.02 million each season, according to capgeek.com.

-- Fletcher Doyle 

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