#1 Ristolainen could speed up contract talks von chenwen121314 06.10.2019 10:27

BUFFALO, N. Y-3 Shoes NZ .Y. -- Sabres general manager Tim Murray doesnt believe defenseman Rasmus Ristolainens decision to join the team for practice without a contract will have any effect on thawing negotiations.With a big laugh, Murray told the Associated Press on Friday that the only way Ristolainen could speed up contract talks is if he got all lovey-dovey and elected to take the Sabres latest offer.Ristolainen is a restricted free agent whose rights were retained by the Sabres in June. After representing Finland in the World Cup of Hockey, Ristolainen reported to the Sabres on Thursday in what was regarded as a sign of good faith.Murray said the two sides are still negotiating.Though hes not allowed to play because hes not under contract, Ristolainen is practicing with the team and also taking part in meetings. Ristolainen is not making himself available to reporters.Murray says he didnt see anything wrong with allowing Ristolainen to practice, saying hed rather the player be in Buffalo than working out elsewhere.In three seasons, Buffalos 2013 first-round draft pick has established himself as the Sabres top defenseman. Last year, Ristolainen led the team with 25 minutes of ice time per game, and led Buffalo defensemen with 41 points (nine goals, 32 assists). Adidas NMD R1 NZ . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. Those players were Dallas Stars 2012 first-rounder Radek Faksa, Winnipeg Jets 2013 fourth-rounder Jan Kostalek and Phoenix Coyotes 2012 seventh-rounder Marek Langhamer. Originals Stan Smith NZ . 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