Sabres sign Nathan Beaulieu to two-year deal

Sabres sign Nathan Beaulieu to two-year deal

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) – Add Nathan Beaulieu to the list of Buffalo Sabres skaters who filed for arbitration, only to sign a new deal before their respective hearing. On Monday, the Sabres signed the newly acquired defenseman to a two-year deal worth an average of $2.4 million per season. Beaulieu, 24, was dealt to the Sabres from the Montreal Canadiens earlier this summer in exchange for a third-round draft pick. A former first round pick in 2011, Beaulieu is coming off a 28 point season [4G, 24A, 74 games played] with the Canadiens last season. Beaulieu was set to have his salary arbitration hearing on Saturday. Bove's take: $2.4 million seems like a reasonable amount to pay a defenseman that

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