Ethan Moreau has signed a contract for $600,000 for a year with the Los Angeles Kings, according to Los Angeles Kings Insider. He played a total of 37 games for the Columbus Blue Jackets, and was responsible for a goal and five assists. He had played for eleven seasons off and on for Edmonton, and was even Captain in 2007. He had his best season with the Oilers during 2003 and 2004, with twenty goals and thirty two points, the best of his career. He has 900 games total, with 146 goals and 283 points in his time with the NHL.
Moreau was picked first in the 1994 Draft by Chicago, and they gave him to Edmonton in a player trade in 1999. He received the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 2009. Another player with a contract is Mikkel Boedker, who was the number eight choice in the 2008 Draft, signed to a two year contract with the Coyotes, who have not announced under what terms the contract was re-signed. However, General Manager Don Maloney of Phoenix said that they were “very pleased” to be able to sign for two years with Moreau.
Maloney went on to say that Mikkel Boedker had talent and that he showed improvement each year that he played, and that he would be important to the future of Phoenix. Boedker had four goals and fourteen points in thirty four different games for the Coyotes last season and had a plus eleven rating for a tie for fourth on the team. He also had twelve goals and thirty four points and the same rating when he played with the San Antonio Rampage.