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Rangers agree to terms with Kris Newbury @NHLdotcom
The New York Rangers signed forward Kris Newbury to a contract extension Wednesday.

Newbury, 28, skated in 18 games with the AHL Hartford Wolf Pack in 2009-10, scoring 4 goals and 14 assists.

He tied for the Wolf Pack lead in scoring with 18 points in 18 games after joining the team on March 6 at Hamilton, following his trade to the Rangers from Detroit, in exchange for Jordan Owens, on March 3.  Newbury, who ranked 11th in the AHL with 205 penalty minutes, registered 10 multi-point performances on the season, including five as a member of the Wolf Pack.

Newbury has skated in 48 career NHL contests with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings, scoring 4 goals and 3 assists. He made his NHL debut with Toronto on December 23, 2006 vs. Washington, and notched his first NHL point with a goal in his fifth game on January 1, 2007 vs. Boston.

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