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Winnipeg Jets agree to terms on entry-level deal with goaltender Eric Comrie

Vancouver Giants left winger Tyler Benson, right, is stopped by Tri-City Americans' goalie Eric Comrie during first period WHL hockey action in Vancouver, B.C., on November 16, 2013. The Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms on a three-year entry-level contract with goaltender Eric Comrie on Tuesday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

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Vancouver Giants left winger Tyler Benson, right, is stopped by Tri-City Americans' goalie Eric Comrie during first period WHL hockey action in Vancouver, B.C., on November 16, 2013. The Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms on a three-year entry-level contract with goaltender Eric Comrie on Tuesday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets agreed to terms on a three-year entry-level contract with goaltender Eric Comrie on Tuesday.

The two-way deal has an average annual value of US$925,000, the NHL team said in a release.

Comrie has played in 30 games with the Tri-City Americans of the Western Hockey League this season. He has a 14-13-3 record, 2.52 goals-against average and .923 save percentage.

In 98 career WHL games with the Americans, the 18-year-old native of Newport Beach, Calif., has a 53-33-8 record.

Comrie was selected by the Jets in the second round (No. 59 overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

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