It wasn’t specified by the Sabres, but it appears to be a one-year deal (covering the rest of the 2015-16 season).
At least, those are the contract details added by Cap Friendly:
The Winnipeg Jets selected Kasdorf in the sixth round of the 2011 NHL Draft at 157th overall. He’s coming off a strong final college season with RPI, where he registered a .931 save percentage in 30 games played.
It sounds like injuries have been a stumbling block for Kasdorf, as the Buffalo News discussed in the summer:
Kasdorf has had an up-and-down collegiate career. He set a school record as a freshman with a 1.62 goals-against average while starting 22 games. He played only two games his sophomore season because of a dislocated shoulder.
He went 11-19-2 with a .902 save percentage this season while again missing time with an injury. He hopes a solid senior season will vault him to the pros.
That it did, although it remains to be seen if he can make a big impact.
It looks like he might get an early shot to impress, too.