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Stars avoid arbitration with Brunnstrom by agreeing to deal worth US$675,000

DALLAS - The Dallas Stars have agreed to terms with forward Fabian Brunnstrom on a one-year contract worth US$675,000.

The deal was reached before a scheduled arbitration hearing Friday in Toronto.

The 25-year-old Swede was one of the top free agents when he signed with the Stars two years ago. He had 17 goals in 55 games as a rookie but struggled with a shoulder injury last season. He had two goals in 44 games.

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