Report: Frolik has KHL offer

BUFFALO, NY - JANUARY 11: Michael Frolik #67 of the Buffalo Sabres skates during warmups before an NHL game against the Vancouver Canucks on January 11, 2020 at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York. (Photo by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images)

Michal Frolik will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason if the Sabres don’t sign him before then.

They acquired him in a series of moves after trading away Marco Scandella, but many fans weren’t happy with what they saw from Frolik.

Now, there are reports that Frolik has a 1-year offer in the KHL:

“According to SE, Vanguard is interested in signing a contract with Czech forward Buffalo Michal Frolik. The Hawks offer the attacker a one-year contract…According to our data, Frolik is not against moving to Vanguard, but so far no final decision on transfer has been made.”

Whether he signs in the KHL or not, it’s likely that Frolik won’t return to the Sabres next season.

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