BUFFALO, N.Y.- Two familiar faces will remain with the Sabres as Buffalo re-signed two restricted free agents. General Manager Darcy Regier announced Friday forward Brian Flynn and defenseman Nick Crawford have both re-signed.
Nick Crawford signed a one-year contract for the upcoming season. The 23 year old defenseman spent that past three seasons with Rochester and Portland. In his time there, he recorded 72 total points in 199 games. In the 2012-2013 season, he tallied 19 points in 53 games with Rochester.
Crawford joined the Sabres' organization in 2008, where he was selected 164th overall in the sixth round of the NHL Entry Draft.
Brian Flynn first signed with the Sabres in March of 2012.
Friday, Flynn signed a two-year contract. Last season, the forward made his NHL debut with the Sabres and tallied 11 points in 26 games. Before he jumped to the pros, the Maine alumnus spent the last two season with Rochester. In 50 games, he recorded 33 points and 20 penalty minutes.