Ray Sawada has been re-signed by the Dallas Stars. The deal is a two-way, 1 year contract.
Sawada, 24, spend the majority of last season with the Texas Stars, appearing in 60 games and tallying 19 points (8g, 11a) and 92 penalty minutes. He also played five games for Dallas in 2009-10 recording two shots. The 6-2, 207-pound right wing has played 122 career AHL games, collecting 49 points (16g, 33a). The Richmond, British Columbia, native was Dallas’ second round selection (52nd overall) at the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
Hey, what's going on with all the one-year contracts? Aren't we going to have this same problem again next year when all our players are free agents again?ReplyDelete
1 year deals at this level are pretty common. They give the parent club the most flexibility when it comes trade and draft time.ReplyDelete
Also, the Dallas Stars are facing a lot of what one might call "financial uncertainty". One year contracts make sure that the Stars don't over commit themselves for the next few years.ReplyDelete