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Philadelphia Flyers sign forward Darroll Powe to one-year contract

PHILADELPHIA - The Flyers have signed forward Darroll Powe to a one-year contract.

The 25-year-old Powe had nine goals, six assists and 54 penalty minutes in 63 games for Philadelphia last season. He also had one assist and six penalty minutes in 23 playoff games as the Flyers advanced to the Stanley Cup finals, where they lost to Chicago in six games.

Powe, a native of Saskatoon, signed with the Flyers on May 24, 2007, after spending four years at Princeton University.


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