Stillman agrees to terms with Panthers

{eot} Staff
7/1/2008 3:52:13 PM
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The Florida Panthers have agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent forward Cory Stillman to a three year deal worth $10.6 million.

Stillman finished the season with the Ottawa Senators after getting traded by the Carolina Hurricanes at the trade deadline. Stillman scored 3 goals and 16 assists for 19 points in 24 games with Ottawa.

His totals for the season were 24 goals, 41 assists and 65 points in 79 games.

Stillman's best NHL season was 2003-2004 when he scored 80 points with the Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.

He has 234 goals and 368 assists for 602 points in 839 career NHL games.

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