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Bergevin Announces Gomez Buyout Moments ago, Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin, announced that he has sent home much-maligned Canadiens forward, Scott Gomez. Gomez, will be paid to remain home with the intentions of Montreal buying him out this summer. Bergevin made sure to mention that he did not want to be handcuffed moving forward financially and freeing theHabs up fro...

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