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Sabres bring back winger Matt Moulson on five-year deal worth $25 million

Minnesota Wild's Matt Moulson celebrates after scoring during the first period of the NHL hockey game against the New York Islanders, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, in Uniondale, New York. Moulson is returning to Buffalo, signing a US$25-million, five-year deal with the Sabres. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Seth Wenig

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Minnesota Wild's Matt Moulson celebrates after scoring during the first period of the NHL hockey game against the New York Islanders, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, in Uniondale, New York. Moulson is returning to Buffalo, signing a US$25-million, five-year deal with the Sabres. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Seth Wenig

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Matt Moulson is returning to Buffalo, signing a US$25-million, five-year deal with the Sabres.

The goal-scoring winger who was traded twice last season, first from the New York Islanders to the Sabres for Thomas Vanek and then to the Minnesota Wild, reportedly has a no-trade clause in this contract.

Moulson had 23 goals and 28 assists last season. In 394 career games, the 30-year-old has 141 goals and 134 assists.

The Sabres also signed Brian Gionta from Montreal and made a deal with the Canadiens for defenceman Josh Gorges.

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