- Forward Devante Smith-Pelly signs two-year deal with Ducks
- Canadiens name four alternate captains for 2014-15 season
- Defenseman Ryan McDonagh ready to step up as Rangers new captain
- NHL plans to hold regular-season games in Europe next year
- New Capitals coach to utilize Alex Ovechkin at left wing
- Kings optimistic in goalie Jonathan Quick's return for season's start
- P.K. Subban hopes to assume captaincy of Canadiens
- Nino Niederreiter gets three-year deal with Wild
- Forward Ryan Malone eager to prove worth with Rangers
- NHL announces rules changes for 2014-15 season
- Rangers extend defenseman John Moore for one year
- Center Saku Koivu retires after 18 NHL seasons
- Ducks sign coach Bruce Boudreau to two-year extension
- Scott Stevens leaves assistant coaching duties for Devils
- Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop continues wrist recovery
- Isles center John Tavares ready for season after healing from knee injury
- Nationals Park to host Capital-Blackhawks outdoor tussle
- Goaltender Martin Brodeur ready to work backup for Canadiens
- Maple Leafs' Legends Row adds two more former stars
- Free agent forward Ville Leino invited by Bruins to training camp
Forward Devante Smith-Pelly signs two-year deal with Ducks
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:54:27 +0000
Anaheim, CA, United States (4E Sports) - The Anaheim Ducks signed forward Devante Smith-Pelly to a two-year deal that is reportedly worth $1.6 million with an annual salary-cap charge of $800,000.
The Ducks inked restricted free agent Smith-Pelly after his stellar performance in last year's Stanley Cup playoffs with the team.
The 22-year-old contributed five goals in 12 games for the Ducks' playoff run last season.
Smith-Pelly had two goals and 10 points playing 19 regular-season games in his stint with the Ducks
In the AHL, he played 55 games for the Norfolk Admirals and had 27 goals and 43 points.
He has nine goals and 23 points in a total of 75 regular-season games played, according to NHL.
"I'm relieved to get it done. It's a long process, but I knew something would get done before camp," Smith-Pelly stated.
Smith-Pelly was the 42nd overall pick by the Ducks in the 2010 NHL Draft.