Apr 24, 2014, 4:57 PM EDT
The Montreal Canadiens have agreed to terms with Union College sniper Daniel Carr on a two-year entry-level deal, the club announced on Thursday.
Carr, 22, was a key figure on this year’s Union squad, the first to win an NCAA championship in school history.
The undrafted free agent led the Dutchmen in scoring this season, with 50 points, and was named All-ECAC First Team and a Second Team All American.
In another move on Thursday, the Canadiens also signed ’13 draftee Connor Crips from OHL Sudbury.
Crisp was the 71st overall pick at last June’s draft and spent the past season with the Wolves and Montreal’s AHL affiliate in Hamilton.
- Fanspeak: Bobby Orr named best Bruin in franchise history 24
- Video: Bruins participate in commercials to promote NHL 15 5
- Oilers ink Schultz to one-year deal 2
- It’s Boston Bruins day on PHT 40
- Fanspeak: Dominik Hasek voted greatest Sabre in franchise history 34
- Is Colorado’s rise a fair example of what might happen in Buffalo? 7
- It’s Buffalo Sabres day on PHT 19
- Gomez goes full circle by rejoining Devils on tryout basis 13
- Under Pressure: Jimmy Howard 6
- Looking to make the leap: Anthony Mantha 21