Taylor Fedun appeared in 27 games with the Sabres last season, recording a career-high seven points with seven assists. The 6-foot-1, 198-pound Fedun owns 14 points (two goals, 12 assists) through parts of four NHL seasons. Photo courtesy of Buffalo Sabres/Twitter
The Buffalo Sabres signed defenseman Taylor Fedun to a two-year, two-way contract on Monday.
Fedun, 29, appeared in 27 games with the Sabres last season, recording a career-high seven points with seven assists. The 6-foot-1, 198-pound Fedun owns 14 points (two goals, 12 assists) through parts of four NHL seasons.
The Edmonton, Alberta, native also appeared in 29 American Hockey League games for the Rochester Americans last season, totaling 23 points (five goals, 18 assists).
Sabres general manager Jason Botterill also announced the hiring of Randy Sexton and Steve Greeley to serve as assistant GMs.
Sexton also will be the general manager of the Sabres' AHL affiliate in Rochester.
"Randy and I developed a positive working relationship during our time in Pittsburgh and I think his experience and insight will be advantageous for our front office," Botterill said in a statement. "In Steve, we have hired a talented hockey executive who will offer unique insight to our organization. They both have experience at all levels of the game and we think they will be valuable assets for the Buffalo Sabres moving forward."
Sexton spent the last seven seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins' scouting department after joining the team as assistant director of amateur scouting in 2010-11, including the last two seasons as director of amateur scouting.
Greeley comes to the Sabres after two seasons as the assistant director of player personnel with the New York Rangers.
Mark Jakubowski, who has served as the Sabres' assistant general manager since the 2014-15 season, will become the vice president of hockey administration.