Maple Leafs sign free agent Andrew Crescenzi, reassign prospect Greg McKegg

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TORONTO - The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Andrew Crescenzi to a three-year entry level contract Friday and reassigned forward Greg McKegg to the Ontario Hockey League's Erie Otters.

Crescenzi, 18, played in 68 games for Kitchener of the OHL last year, collecting eight goals and four assists with 42 penalty minutes.

The 6-4, 199-pound native of Thornhill, Ont., was originally invited to the Maple Leafs' training camp as a free agent.



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