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|Stars' Rome Bought Out, Clears Waivers |
|(6/17/14) Aaron Rome had the final year of his contract bought out by the Stars on Tuesday, 102.5 The Game in Nashville reports.|
|Stars' Rome Placed On Waivers |
|(6/16/14) Aaron Rome was placed on waivers Monday for the purpose of an unconditional buyout, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.|
|Stars' Rome Returns For Regular-Season Finale |
|(4/14/14) Aaron Rome (undisclosed) returned to the ice for the Sunday's regular-season finale against the Coyotes.|
|Stars' Rome Doesn't Practice, Questionable Tuesday |
|(4/1/14) Aaron Rome did not practice on Monday after being injured in Saturday's game, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.|
|Rome Stays In Lineup For Stars |
|(3/24/14) Aaron Rome will again be in the lineup for the Stars on Monday, according to Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News.|
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Stars' Rome Bought Out, Clears Waivers
Rome had the final year of his contract bought out by the Stars on Tuesday, 102.5 The Game in Nashville reports.Rome had one year remaining on his three-year, $4.5 million deal, which the Stars shed by using the compliance buyout. With Dallas buying out the final year, Rome cleared waivers and will become a free agent. The 30-year-old recorded one assist in 25 games for the Stars this season.
NHL rumors: Aaron Rome waived, Stars to use compliance buyout
Compliance buyout season has begun. The Stars have reportedly waived Aaron Rome for the purposes of buying out his contract.
Stars' Rome Placed On Waivers
Rome was placed on waivers Monday for the purpose of an unconditional buyout, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.Between various injuries and healthy scratches last season, Rome was limited to just 25 games for the Stars. After finding himself on the outside looking in with regards to the team's first three defensive pairings, it's no surprise that the team finds him expendable, and intends to buy out his contract.