Jul 10, 2014, 1:30 PM EDT
The Ottawa Senators have re-signed forward Derek Grant to a one-year, two-way contract.
The agreement means arbitration will not be necessary.
Grant played 20 games for the Sens in 2013-14, contributing two assists. The 24-year-old also played 46 games for AHL Binghamton, scoring 12 times with 10 helpers.
Grant was drafted 119th overall by the Sens in 2008.
Confirmed C Derek Grant will earn 700,000/85,000 on a two-way contract with the Senators.—
Wayne Scanlan (@HockeyScanner) July 10, 2014
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