Daniel Winnik, Anaheim Ducks Agree To 2-Year Deal

According to a report from CSN Bay Area, the Anaheim Ducks have agreed to terms with the now former San Jose Shark Daniel Winnik, signing the left winger to a new two-year contract, reportedly worth around $1.8 million.

Winnik wasn't long for the Bay Area as he came to the Sharks in a trade with the Colorado Avalanche that sent Jamie McGinn to Colorado back in late February. San Jose also received TJ Galiardi in the same deal.

Winnik appeared in 84 regular-season games between the Avalanche (63) and Sharks (21) last season, netting a total of eight goals and helping out with 15 assists as well. All told he has 37 career goals and 64 assists for a grand total of 101 points in five years in the NHL.

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