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7/5/2006 3:13:35 PM

BUFFALO, New York (Ticker) - Like fellow defenceman Chris Pronger, Jaroslav Spacek wanted out of Edmonton.

After helping Pronger lead the Edmonton Oilers to within one victory of the Stanley Cup, Spacek on Wednesday agreed to terms with the Buffalo Sabres on a multi-year contract.

Pronger was traded to Anaheim on Monday after saying he wanted to leave Edmonton.

The 5-11, 204-pound Spacek, 32, split last season between Chicago and Edmonton, recording a combined 12 goals and 31 assists in 76 games. He finished second among NHL defenseman with 14 points in 24 playoff games during the Oilers' postseason run.

The blue liner has 51 goals and 154 points in 496 career games with the Florida Panthers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Chicago and Edmonton. He also won a gold medal with the Czech Republic in the 1998 Olympics and won a bronze in the 2006 Games.
 

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Its Hockey Free Agency Dude get use to it!!!

Never say they're all leaving? Its free agency and Kevin and Mac T, know what they're doing. Lots of players out there and they really do have a great bunch of Prospects to fit into the line up. So know one thought they would be in the Stanley Cup finals and they were there and did Edmonton Proud. Heck they just about took the cup home. SO Im through doubting them. I welcome the new NHL and I'm sure the oil will be a team to reckon with again this season.
 
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