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Ducks sign free agent Dany Heatley to 1-year deal, returning veteran to Pacific Division

This April 30, 2014 file photo shows Minnesota Wild left wing Dany Heatley during the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Colorado Avalanche, in Denver. The Anaheim Ducks have signed left wing Dany Heatley to a one-year deal, returning the 33-year-old unrestricted free agent to the Pacific Division. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Jack Dempsey

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This April 30, 2014 file photo shows Minnesota Wild left wing Dany Heatley during the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Colorado Avalanche, in Denver. The Anaheim Ducks have signed left wing Dany Heatley to a one-year deal, returning the 33-year-old unrestricted free agent to the Pacific Division. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Jack Dempsey

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks have signed left wing Dany Heatley to a one-year deal, returning the 33-year-old unrestricted free agent to the Pacific Division.

Heatley spent last season with Minnesota. He played for San Jose from 2009-11, compiling 65 goals and 81 assists in 162 games for the Sharks. Heatley also has played for Atlanta and Ottawa in his career, notching 372 goals and 419 assists in 863 career games.

He is a four-time All Star and a two-time 50-goal scorer. Heatley ranks second among NHL players with 143 power-play goals.

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