Sgarbossa Signs One-Year Extension With Anaheim

Photo: San Diego Gulls

Photo: San Diego Gulls

By Michael Walters

According to Capfriendly.com, the Anaheim Ducks signed Michael Sgarbossa to a one-year extension today. The contract is a two-way deal worth $600,00 (NHL) / $75,000 (AHL).

The Ducks originally acquired Sgarbossa from the Colorado Avalanche when they traded Mat Clark in exchange for him during the 2014-15 season. After the trade he played for the AHL Norfolk Admirals during the rest of the 2014-15 season. In the 2015-16 season he played 62 games for the San Diego Gulls. He recorded 44 total points (17G + 27A) with a +/- rating of -3. He appeared in five playoff games recording 5 total points (1G +4A). He also appeared in one game this past season with Anaheim, recording no points.

For more on Sgarbossa please visit: Prospect Michael Sgarbossa

For all transactions this summer, please visit: Anaheim Ducks Transaction Tracker: Summer 2016

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