Sabres bring back Matt Moulson
Moulson, one of the top wingers on the market when the free agency period opened Tuesday, returns to Buffalo after the Sabres dealt him at the trade deadline to the Minnesota Wild in March.
The three-time 30-goal scorer had a number of teams express interest in bringing him into the fold, but Moulson narrowed his list and ultimately chose a Sabres team that has been one of the most aggressive clubs since the frenzy began Tuesday at noon.
Multiple sources said that, though the Sabres are a rebuilding club, Moulson was drawn to re-sign with them because of how well he was treated during this time spent in Buffalo this past season.
The 30-year-old winger had 11 goals and 29 points in 44 games for the Sabres this past season before moving on to the Wild for the final six weeks of the season and the playoffs.
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