Miles Wood She agreed to a $3.2 million one-year contract with the New Jersey Devils on Thursday.
The 26-year-old striker was a restricted free agent and avoided her club’s national team salary arbitration session scheduled for Saturday.
Wood didn’t get a point in three games last season and missed his first 66 games with a thigh injury that required surgery on November 9.
Selected by New Jersey in the fourth round (#100) of the 2013 NHL Draft, he has 121 points (65 goals, 56 assists) in 326 regular season games and no points in five Stanley Cup games.
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On Wednesday, the Devils agreed to a one-year, $5.45 million contract with forward Jesper Pratt. The 24-year-old, who was a restricted free agent and avoided Wednesday’s scheduled salary arbitration hearing, led the Devils last season in (47) and points (73) in 76 games, each the highest in the NHL. It is also tied forward Jack Hughes New Jersey is at the top of the goals (26), which is also a high career level.
The Devils (27-46-9) finished seventh in the Capital League last season, and missed the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season and for the ninth time in the past ten seasons. They signed this outside Ondrej Balat (July 14) The defenseman Brendan Smith (July 13), traded to the goalkeeper Vitik Vanishek (Washington Capitals, July 8), defender John Marino (Pittsburgh Penguins, July 16) The striker Eric Hola (Boston Bruins, July 13).
Andrew Brunet was appointed as assistant coach for Lindy Raff on July 15. Brunette finished second to Calgary Flames’ Daryl Sutter in voting for the Jack Adams Award as NHL Coach of the Year with the Florida Panthers last season.