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Flyers re-sign Powe to one-year deal

Clackson, Laliberte, Jancevski also sign deals

Thursday, 07.22.2010 / 12:09 PM / NHL Free Agency 2010

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Flyers re-sign Powe to one-year deal
Philadelphia Flyers sign Darroll Powe to one-year contract.
The Philadelphia Flyers have re-signed restricted free agent forward Darroll Powe to a one-year contract. The deal reportedly will pay him $725,000.

"The Flyers are a great organization," said Powe. "They have been good to me all along so to sign back with the Flyers is exactly what I want and I look forward to next season."

Powe had 9 goals and 15 points in 63 games, his second season with the Flyers. He also had 1 assist and six penalty minutes while playing all 23 Stanley Cup Playoff games.

In his two NHL seasons, Powe has 15 goals, 26 points and 89 penalty minutes in 123 regular-season games.

The Flyers also signed three minor-league players -- defenseman Dan Jancevski and forwards Matt Clackson and David Laliberte.

Laliberte, a 2004 fourth-round pick of the Flyers, played his first 11 NHL games last season, scoring goals in his first two games, including a game-winner in his NHL debut, Oct. 31 against Carolina.

Jancevski, a Dallas Stars 1999 second-round pick, has nine games of NHL experience with the Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning. He spent last season with the AHL Texas Stars, Dallas' top farm team.

Clackson, a seventh-round pick by the Flyers in 2005, spent last season with their top farm team, the AHL Adirondack Phantoms, scoring 2 goals and 6 points with 174 penalty minutes in 60 games.
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