TORONTO -- The Toronto Argonauts re-signed kicker/punter Swayze Waters to a two-year contract on Wednesday. cheap nfl jerseys . Waters, who became a free agent on Tuesday, elected to stay with the team he has been a part of since the 2012 season. The club also announced the release of veteran kicker/punter Noel Prefontaine. The 26-year-old Waters won the Grey Cup with Toronto in 2012, connecting on 32 of 43 field-goal attempts. "We believe Swayze Waters has arguably the strongest leg in the CFL," Argonauts general manager Jim Barker said in a statement. "He has been a reliable player for our team and is a proven competitor." A native of Jackson, Miss., Waters was hurt in the 2013 home opener but returned later in the season to go 18 for 25 on field-goal attempts, including a long of 50 yards. "I am extremely happy to be staying in the Argonaut family," said Waters. "The team, fans and city have made this place feel like home and I am grateful." Prior to joining the Argos, Waters spent time in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders and Detroit Lions. A 16-year CFL veteran, Prefontaine spent parts of 14 seasons with Toronto. The 40-year-old from Camp Pendleton, Calif., was 15 of 24 last season on field-goal attempts for the Argonauts in Swayzes absence. The Argonauts also re-signed non-import offensive lineman Wayne Smith and signed 2013 first-round pick Matt Sewell. A 33-year-old Toronto native, Smith agreed to a two-year contract with the Argonauts. Sewell, a 24-year-old offensive lineman from Milton, Ont., signed on for the next three seasons. Smith, a 10-year CFL veteran, has been with the Argonauts since 2012. He has also spent time with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Saskatchewan Roughriders. Smith was the first overall pick in the 2004 CFL Canadian college draft. cheap jerseys usa .C. 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And regardless of who theyre playing, theyre not getting rattled. Its just not happening to this team." The Lightning overcame a strong performance by Buffalo goalie Ryan Miller, who stopped 36 shots. "Its all about finding ways and we did that tonight," St. Louis said. Brian Flynn and Thomas Vanek scored for Buffalo (2-10-1), which was coming off a 3-1 win at Florida on Friday night in which the Sabres were outshot 45-21. "Its disappointing," Vanek said. "We battled hard and walked away with nothing. It doesnt take many mistakes with those guys to bury one." Buffalo took a 2-1 lead when Vanek scored from the low left circle after taking a nifty pass from Marcus Foligno 12:46 into the third. Vanek has 24 goals and 39 points in 33 games against Tampa Bay. cheapnfljerseysfreeshippingwholesale. Flynn tied it at 1-all with 7:02 left in the second when he scored off a pass through the crease by Cody McCormick. Johnson put the Lightning up 1-0 on a rebound power-play goal at 12:48 of the first. The goal came after Sabres defenceman Tyler Myers failed to swat away the puck after Miller made a save on Valtteri Filppulas shot. Buffalo has been outscored 16-1 during the first period this season. Tampa Bays Ben Bishop stopped a backhand by Steve Ott during a breakaway midway through the first. He finished with 20 saves. Miller made several nice saves early in the second when Tampa Bay had two power plays. The goalie made a post-to-post save on St. Louis right circle shot. "You use your penalty killers, but then your offensive guys struggle to get into it and cant get in the rhythm, so it makes it really hard for them to produce some offence," Flynn said. "We need to be more disciplined to win hockey games like this." Tampa Bay went 1 for 6 on the power play. The Sabres failed to score on three opportunities. NOTES: Lightning C Steven Stamkos had an assist, giving him six assists and 13 points over his past seven games. ... Buffalo LW Ville Leino, activated before the game from injured reserve, had an assist. He missed 11 games due to a rib injury. ... St. Louis has six goals and 13 points over his past nine games. ... The Sabres placed D Mike Weber on IR with an upper-body injury. ... Tampa Bay D Victor Hedman, who took a shot off his right foot in Thursdays win over Chicago, played. ' ' '