Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today that the club has accepted an arbitrator's decision to award Adam Mair a one-year, $675,000 contract. Mair had his case heard on August 4, and was awarded the contract on August 6.RELATED LINKSabres Arbitration Schedule/Results
Buffalo accepted the award immediately following the arbitrator's ruling as it was under $1 million.
The 27-year-old Mair collected seven points (2+5) in 40 regular season games for Buffalo last season. In three playoff games, Mair posted a plus/minus rating of minus-2 and five shots on goal.
Since being acquired in a trade from Los Angeles in exchange for Erik Rasmussen, Mair has scored 44 points (14+30) and 339 penalty minutes in 200 games with the Sabres. Mair has 49 points (16+33) and 422 penalty minutes in 252 career games.