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 width=>>Canadiens Bring Back Subban

(Montreal, Quebec) -- The Montreal Canadiens are bringing back defenseman P.K. Subban [[ SOO-ban ]]. The team announced the eight-year contract on Saturday, and NHL.com reports it's for 72-million-dollars. Subban took home the James Norris Memorial Trophy in 2013 as the league's top defenseman. Subban played in all 82 games last season posting 10 goals and 43 assists.

>>Bolts Sign Goalie Bishop To Extension

(Tampa, FL) -- The Tampa Bay Lightning are keeping goalie Ben Bishop around. The team announced the two-year extension Saturday with ESPN reporting it's worth 5.95-million-dollars per season. Bishop was traded to the Bolts from Ottawa in April 2013. Bishop recorded 37 wins with five shutouts last season. He is 55-31-and-11 in 108 games with St. Louis, the Senators and Lightning.

>>Ducks Extend Maroon

(Anaheim, CA) -- The Anaheim Ducks are keeping forward Patrick Maroon around. The two sides agreed to a three-year extension. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The 26-year-old posted 11 goals and 18 assists in 62 games for the Ducks last season, his third with the team. Anaheim drafted him in the sixth round in 2007.

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