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July 15, 2012 | 11:30am ET
Sabres playing a patient game

The Sabres would like to make more upgrades to their roster this off-season, but they don't seem to be overly active at the moment, the Buffalo News reports.

According to the paper, Sabres GM Darcy Regier is looking at a few unrestricted free agents, including veteran Shane Doan.

Doan, who has interest from numerous teams, is waiting to see if the Phoenix Coyotes' ownership picture becomes a little clearer before opting to leave the team and sign with another club.

Despite the Sabres' interest, Doan is not expected to sign with Buffalo, a source told TFP.

Meanwhile, Regier continues to explore the trade route, but nothing appears to be imminent.

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