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Report: Regehr dealt to Kings

By Miguel Rodriguez

According to a report, the Buffalo Sabres have traded Robyn Regehr to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for two second-round draft picks.

Regehr, who earlier Monday, said he'd be open to waiving his no-movement clause depending on the situation apparently found one that's agreeable to him as the 6-foot-3, 225-pound stay-at-home defenseman gives the defending Stanley Cup champions a reinforcement in their quest for a repeat.

Regehr waived his no-trade June 23, 2011 to accept a deal to come to Buffalo.

Meanwhile, there is a TSN report captain Jason Pominville has been asked by the Sabres to provide a list of the eight teams he'd refused to be traded to. He has a modified no-trade clause.

The Sabres did announce center Luke Adam has been called up from Rochester.


WIll provide more details as they come available.

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