Buffalo Sabres re-sign restricted free-agent F Mark Mancari to one-year deal

Author:
Publish date:

BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed forward Mark Mancari to a one-year contract.

Mancari was a restricted free agent who spent most of last season playing for Portland of the American Hockey League.

The 2004 seventh-round draft pick led the Pirates with 74 points (28 goals, 46 assists) in 74 games to finish eighth in AHL scoring.

He also had a goal and assist in six games with the Sabres. That gives him two goals and three assists in 16 NHL career games.

The Sabres announced the signing on Wednesday.

TOP HEADLINES

USATSI_15983303

"No Evidence": NHL Concludes Evander Kane Gambling Investigation

The NHL has found no evidence to support allegations that San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane gambled on San Jose Sharks games.

Bob Murray
Play

What's Bob Murray's Plan with the Anaheim Ducks?

Five years ago, the Ducks made it to the Western Conference Final for the second time in three seasons. But since then, it’s been a long and ugly struggle for Anaheim to do much of consequence. And this year? Does anybody know what Ducks GM Bob Murray’s plan is?

USATSI_15429601
Play

Fantasy Hockey Preview: Montreal Canadiens

The Canadiens' improbable run to the Stanley Cup final turned heads last year. Can the team's top players carry that momentum and help out your fantasy team?