Stars sign 40-year-old Whitney to two-year $9 million deal

TSN.ca Staff
7/1/2012 2:26:37 PM
Decrease Text SizeIncrease Text Size
Text Size

Free agent winger Ray Whitney has signed a two-year, $9 million with the Dallas Stars.

The deal includes a $1 million signing bonus on top of a $4 million annual salary as well as a modified no-trade clause.

The 40-year-old Whitney has played the past two seasons with the Phoenix Coyotes. He tallied 24 goals and 77 points in 82 games last season before helping the Coyotes to the Western Conference Final in the playoffs.

Drafted in the second round in 1991, Whitney has accumulated 365 goals and 1003 points in his 20 seasons in the NHL with seven different teams.

A second-team NHL all-star last season, Whitney won a Stanley Cup with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006.  

2014-15 NHL Preview

From The Hockey Insider

TSN's Bob McKenzie sets up the start of training camp, going one-on-one with the GMs from all seven Canadian teams.

WATCH: Bryan Murray - Ottawa Senators

WATCH: Dave Nonis - Toronto Maple Leafs

WATCH: Kevin Cheveldayoff - Winnipeg Jets

WATCH: Marc Bergevin - Montreal Canadiens

WATCH: Brad Treliving - Calgary Flames

WATCH: Craig MacTavish - Edmonton Oilers

WATCH: Jim Benning - Vancouver Canucks

TSN.ca previews what to expect out of the NHL's 30 teams as we count down to puck drop. Check daily for team previews and updates on each Canadian franchise leading up to Oct. 8.

Latest Preview: Carolina Hurricanes

TSN TweetBox
© 2014
All rights reserved.
Bell Media Television