Jun 27, 2013, 11:20 AM EDT
GM Steve Yzerman says that’s not in the cards right now.
Damian Cristodero of the Tampa Bay Times finds out from Yzerman that there’s nothing cooking for another buyout this summer.
“We’ll see what happens next year but for this year there’s no plan,” he said.
What that means is forward Ryan Malone can breathe a little easier.
With Lecavalier out the door, that could mean just about anyone would be eligible to be bought out and Malone was a prime target with two years and $5 million left on his contract. Malone’s biggest issue, however, is his $4.5 million cap hit. If Mattias Ohlund were healthy, he too would likely be a candidate as well.
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