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Lightning re-sign forward J.T. Brown

Wednesday, 06.25.2014 / 8:38 PM / News

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The Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday re-signed forward J.T. Brown to a two-year, one-way contract. No financial terms were disclosed.

Brown, signed by the Lightning as an undrafted free agent on March 28, 2012, played 63 games with Tampa Bay this season, scoring four goals and finishing with 19 points in 13:02 in ice time per game. He ranked fourth among Tampa Bay rookies in assists (15) and points. Brown also played in all four of the Lightning's Stanley Cup Playoff games in 2014, contributing two assists and averaging 14:59 of ice time.

The 23-year-old Rosemount, Minn., native has played in 68 NHL games, all with Tampa Bay, with four goals and 20 points. He joined the Lightning after scoring 40 goals and 84 points in 81 games during two seasons at Minnesota-Duluth; he was named the Most Outstanding Player in the 2011 NCAA Frozen Four after leading the Bulldogs to the national championship.

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Capitals hire Todd Reirden as assistant coach

Wednesday, 06.25.2014 / 6:28 PM / News

NHL.com

The Washington Capitals on Wednesday hired Todd Reirden as an assistant to new coach Barry Trotz.

Rierden, 43, joins Washington after spending the past four seasons working as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Penguins under Dan Bylsma, who was fired earlier this month. Reirden and fellow Pittsburgh assistant Tony Granato were let go when the Penguins hired Mike Johnston as Byslma's replacement earlier Wednesday.

During his time with Pittsburgh, Reirden primarily worked with the Penguins' defensemen and power play.


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