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Anaheim Ducks sign free-agent forward Todd Bertuzzi to two-year deal

The 32-year-old winger agreed to an US$8-million, two-year deal with the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night, a day after Detroit Red Wings teammate Mathieu Schneider headed to Southern California.

Bertuzzi had seven points (3-4) in 16 playoff games with the Wings last season after playing in only 15 regular-season games with Florida and Detroit, totalling 11 points (3-8).

In Anaheim, Bertuzzi is reunited with GM Brian Burke, who brought him to Vancouver where Bertuzzi had a career-high 97 points in 2002-03.

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