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Hudler stays in Detroit with new two-year deal

by Staff Writer / Detroit Red Wings
DETROIT -- Today, Red Wings general manager Ken Holland announced the team has re-signed forward Jiri Hudler to a two-year contract.  In keeping with club policy, additional terms of the deal are not available.

In his first full NHL season in 2006-07, Hudler appeared in 76 games and led all Detroit rookies in goals (15), assists (10) and points (25). He finished strong down the stretch, collecting over half (13) of his 25 points in the final 20 games of the season. The Czech Republic native also made his Stanley Cup playoff debut in 2007, playing in six games with two assists.
Hudler was voted the 2007 Red Wings' Rookie of the Year by the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association. Past winners of the award include Johan Franzen (2006) and Henrik Zetterberg (2003).

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