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8/2/2006 1:47:59 PM

Buffalo Sabres forward J.P. Dumont has been awarded a one-year, $2.9 million contract in arbitration, according to reports.

Dumont made $1.596 million last season, scoring 20 goals and 40 points in 54 games.

The Sabres have 48 hours after their final arbitration hearing with centre Adam Mair to make a decision on the award. If the Sabres reject the ruling, he becomes an unrestricted free agent.
 

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Sabres walk away from Dumont award

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8/8/2006 2:49:53 PM

BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Buffalo Sabres have decided to exercise their walk-away option on the arbitration award to forward J.P. Dumont.

Effective immediately, Dumont becomes an unrestricted free agent able to sign with any NHL team.

Dumont had his case heard by an arbitrator on Monday, July 31, and was subsequently awarded a one-year, $2.9 million contract.

Dumont, 28, scored 40 points in 54 games for Buffalo last season. Since being acquired with Doug Gilmour in a trade from Chicago for Michal Grosek on March 10, 2000, Dumont scored 223 points in 362 games with the Sabres.

For his career, Dumont has 256 points in 434 games with Chicago and Buffalo.
 

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What?!:eek: They let him go? Woah, I didn't expect this at all.:dunno:

I wonder where he'll land.
 

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What?!:eek: They let him go? Woah, I didn't expect this at all.:dunno:

I wonder where he'll land.
Same here, I was just as shocked!!

It will be very interesting to see where he ends up?:dunno:

It could be Montreal you know????
 

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Well, I guess we're all thinking Montreal on this one.
 
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