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Report: Stars, Roussel set arbitration targets

By By The Sports Xchange
Published On: Jul 21 2014 09:32:57 AM CDT
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Dallas Stars forward Antoine Roussel is asking for $2.35 million in arbitration with the team countering at $1.15 million, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.

The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday. If a deal is not reached before that time, Roussel and the team will meet in Toronto where a third party arbitrator will hear arguments before ruling on a salary amount.

Roussel, 24, is coming off a two-year contract that paid him $1.225 million. He scored 14 goals with 29 points last season.

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