— Washington Capitals (@washcaps) February 23, 2016
The Sabres received a 2017 third-round pick in exchange for the veteran defenceman.
— Jamie McGinn (@JamieMcGinn88) February 23, 2016
Weber has played all of his 341 NHL games with the Sabres, the longest-tenured Sabres player before the deal. The Pittsburgh native was drafted by Buffalo 57th overall in 2006. He has 53 points and 409 penalty minutes in his career.
As per reports, the Sabres are retaining half of his salary.
As others already noted, #Sabres keeping 50% of Weber’s remaining salary in the deal. He’s a UFA this summer.
— Joe Yerdon (@JoeYerdon) February 23, 2016