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Lightning sign F Brenden Morrow to 1-year contract

St. Louis Blues' Brenden Morrow, front, passes as Phoenix Coyotes' Martin Hanzal defends during the second period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, in St. Louis. The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed free agent forward Brenden Morrow to a one-year contract. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Jeff Roberson

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St. Louis Blues' Brenden Morrow, front, passes as Phoenix Coyotes' Martin Hanzal defends during the second period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, in St. Louis. The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed free agent forward Brenden Morrow to a one-year contract. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Jeff Roberson

TAMPA, Fla. - The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed free agent forward Brenden Morrow to a one-year contract.

The team announced the news on Friday.

Morrow had 13 goals and 25 points in 71 games with St. Louis last season. In 921 NHL games with the Blues, Dallas and Pittsburgh, the 35-year old has 262 goals and 567 points.

Tampa Bay also signed forwards Philippe Paradis and Richard Panik to one-year, two-way contracts.

Panik had three goals and 13 points in 50 games with Tampa Bay last season, while Paradis played with Syracuse of the American Hockey League.

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