The Buffalo Sabres announced today that they had reached agreements with Andrej Sekera and Clarke MacArthur. Sekera signed a multi-year contract while MacArthur & the Sabres accepted an arbitration settlement. Neither figure was reported by the team, but the Buffalo News' Mike Harrington says a news outlet in Sekera's home country of Slovakia (known for it's... something) is reporting that the deal is 2 years at $1 million per year.
I could throw their numbers from the last few seasons at you, but it seems obvious that no one is sold on these guys just yet. Otherwise, I would imagine it'd be a lot tougher to keep them around so briefly and so cheaply. Hopefully both of them will show that they're worth investing in this coming season. Not that we'd invest in our young talent, but maybe we'd get a playoff run out of it. If it doesn't look that way by the deadline, I'd bet Regier would look to deal MacArthur for picks.
These moves leave Drew Stafford and Mark Mancari as the only restricted free agents left unsigned by the Sabres.