Ottawa Senators sign goaltender Alex Auld to two-year contract

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OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators signed goaltender Alex Auld to a US$2-million, two-year contract on Tuesday.

Auld, a 27-year-old native of Thunder Bay, Ont., saw limited action last season with the Phoenix Coyotes and Boston Bruins, posting a 12-13-5 mark.

In 140 career NHL regular-season games with Phoenix, Boston, Florida and Vancouver, Auld is 58-57-18 with five shutouts, a 2.85 goals-against average and .903 save percentage.

Auld will get $1 million per season with the Senators.

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