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Sabres owner Pegula apologizes for lockout

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula had more to say than usual heading into the new — and shortened — hockey season. On Saturday, Pegula first apologized to all those affected by the nearly four-month lockout, and then announced a contract extension with general manager Darcy Regier, who is about to begin his 16th year in the position. "We apologize to the whole hockey fan...

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