It has been a rocky season for Sabres winger Victor Olofsson. After putting up 17 points in his first 20 games, he has struggled to produce with just seven in his last 24 contests while struggling to stay healthy. Owed a $4.5MM qualifying offer this summer, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News wonders if that may be too pricey for Buffalo GM Kevyn Adams. It’s not that they don’t have the cap space to make such an offer – they certainly do – but would it be worth qualifying him if the spot on the depth chart he’s earmarked for isn’t one that’s worth that much money? In that scenario, Olofsson would be on an overpriced contract next season which wouldn’t help his trade value. Accordingly, the 26-year-old could be a name to keep an eye on over the next few weeks if they decide that they’re better off moving him now.