Wild re-sign Addison to 1-year, $825,000 contract

  (ESPN) : With the NHL preseason slate approaching, the Minnesota Wild re-signed defenseman Calen Addison, 23, to a one-year, $825,000 contract on Tuesday after he tallied three goals and 29 points in 62 games during his rookie season. ..

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