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What will the Atlantic look like next season?
Well, we finally saw our first offer sheet in quite some time. It came from the Montreal Canadiens, who struck out swinging in their efforts to swipe Sebastian Aho from Carolina.
The first few days of free agency saw plenty of movement in the Atlantic Division. The movement, however, didn't come from the Buffalo Sabres.
Florida got the goalie it wanted. Toronto will look a lot different.
In the end it looks like the division could finish 2019-20 with similar standings to the end of 2018-19.
Mike Harrington breaks down the moves in the Sabres' division.
C.J. Smith is back on a two-year deal: Buffalo's number of restricted free agents dropped from seven to six when Smith signed. He could be in the mix for an NHL roster spot at training camp.
Dylan Cozens to undergo procedure on left thumb: The team's first-round pick went down with a thumb injury that didn't look very pretty. The Sabres announced Tuesday that Cozens will have a procedure Wednesday on his left thumb.
How many future draft picks the Sabres own after recent trades: The Sabres have spent the last few years loading up on draft picks. They spent the last few days unloading picks for players to improve the NHL roster. What do future drafts look like for the Sabres? Lance Lysowski breaks it down here.
Patrik Berglund signs contract in Sweden: Berglund abruptly left the Sabres in December and had his contract terminated. He said he lost his passion for hockey. Perhaps he'll find it again in his home country.

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