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Buffalo Sabres come to terms with free agent forward Mike Grier

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Veteran forward Mike Grier has agreed to a one-year contract with the Buffalo Sabres, the club announced Monday.

The deal brings Grier back to the team he played with from 2004-06. He was considered a leader on the Sabres club that reached the Eastern Conference final in 2006.

The following summer, Grier rejected an offer to re-sign with the Sabres and joined the San Jose Sharks.

The 34-year-old Detroit native has 345 points in 914 NHL games with Edmonton, Washington, Buffalo and San Jose.



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