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The Winnipeg Jets re-signed restricted free agent Michael Frolik to a one-year contract. Frolik, 26, will earn $3.3 million during the upcoming season.

By SI Wire
July 29, 2014

The Winnipeg Jets have re-signed restricted free agent Michael Frolik to a one-year contract, the team announced on Tuesday.

Frolik, 26, will earn $3.3 million during the upcoming season. He scored 15 goals and tallied 27 assists for the Jets last season, his first with the team.

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In six seasons since joining the league from the Czech Republic, he has 76 goals and 117 assists. Frolik split the first five seasons of his career between the Florida Panthers and Chicago Blackhawks, with whom he won a Stanley Cup in 2013. 

The Jets finished last season 37-35-10, missing the playoffs.

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