FRISCO, Tex. -- The Dallas Stars signed veteran defenceman Brad Lukowich and two others to one-year, two-way contracts on Friday.
Lukowich, 33, has registered 23 goals and 90 assists in 653 regular season NHL games with six teams. He returns to the Stars, where he spent parts of five seasons with the club from 1997-2002 and helped Dallas win the Stanley Cup in the 1998-99 campaign. Lukowich also won a Cup with Tampa Bay in the 2003-04 season.
Over 71 playoff contests, the blueliner has one goal and six points.
The Stars also agreed to terms with defenceman Trevor Ludwig and forward Raymond Sawada on one-year, two-way contracts, while defenceman Maxime Fortunus inked a two-year, two-way contract.
Fortunus, 26, skated eight games with the NHL club in 2009-10 and did not tally a point, while Ludwig, 25, a sixth-round selection of the Stars in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, has no NHL experience. Sawada, a 24-year-old, saw action in five games for the Stars last year and did not register a point.