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April 3, 2013 | 10:30am ET
Regier focused on the future

Buffalo Sabres GM Darcy Regier is set on upgrading his team for the future, which in turn puts the futures of certain players with the club in jeopardy.

Forwards Jason Pominville and Drew Stafford are likely to be moved today, though not guaranteed, but plenty of offers are coming in.

Regier acknowledged this morning that he's focused on the future of the organization and is willing to deal almost anyone -- outside of his young core -- for the right price.

Goalie Ryan Miller and star sniper Thomas Vanek could also be had, but the Sabres would expect a significant return, and one source suggests both players are more likely to be dealt in the off-season, closer to the NHL Draft.

Several teams are eyeing Pominville, including the Columbus Blue Jackets, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings and Minnesota Wild.

The Kings have also discussed Stafford, who has two-years left on his deal at an annual salary cap hit of $4 million.

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