Jun 30, 2013, 2:15 PM EDT
The rumors of Sergei Bobrovsky finding his way out of Columbus are apparently unfounded.
Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch reports the Blue Jackets and Bobrovsky have reached a two-year agreement to keep the Vezina Trophy winning goalie in town.
Earlier today, there were rumors of Bobrovsky being shopped around after asking for $6 million per year. Once we have an update on how much his deal is for, we’ll see how close he got to what he reportedly wanted.
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