Red Wings lock up Eaves, Ericsson, Miller

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 The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to terms on three-year contracts with forward Patrick Eaves and defenseman Jonathan Ericsson, and on a two-year deal with forward Drew Miller.

The team did not release financial terms of the deals Friday, but TSN of Canada reported that Eaves' contract was for $3.6 million while Ericsson's was said to be $9.75 million and Miller's $1.65 million.

Eaves has spent the past two seasons in a Red Wings jersey, posting 25 goals and 42 points, including 13 goals and seven assists in 63 games after signing a one-year contract last July.

A former first-round draft pick of Ottawa, the Boston College product has played six NHL seasons with the Senators, Hurricanes and Red Wings, totaling 132 points in 370 games.

Ericsson has played all four of his NHL seasons with the Red Wings. He set career-highs in 2010-11 with 12 assists, 15 points a plus-eight rating and 74 games played.

Miller has played 133 games for the Red Wings over the past season-plus, scoring 20 goals and posting 37 points. He played three previous years for the Ducks and Lightning.


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