NHL Notes: Wild sign first-round pick Dumba
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Now, here's some news and notes from around the NHL. Wild lock up Dumba
The Minnesota Wild on Thursday signed 17-year-old and first-round draft pick Matthew Dumba to a three-year entry-level contract (see story)
Dumba, who recently participated in the Wild's prospect camp, was the seventh overall selection in this year's draft.
Financial terms of the deal were not released.
The 5-11 defenseman registered 20 goals and 57 points for Red Deer in the Western Hockey League last season, leading all WHL blueliners in goals.Canes ink Wallace
The Carloina Hurricanes on Thursday reached an agreement with unrestricted free agent Tim Wallace, according to the team's official website
The one-year, two-way deal is worth $700,000.
The 27-year-old split last season between the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning, registering three goals and six assists in 49 games.
The Lightning claimed Wallace off waivers in late Feb.Caps sign Wilson
The Washington Capitals on Thursday signed Tom Wilson to a three-year, entry-level contract (see story)
The 18-year-old forward was selected by the Caps with the 16th overall pick in this year's draft.
The deal is worth $832,500 per year at the NHL level, and $70,000 per year at the AHL level.
Wilson registered 27 points and 141 penalty minutes in 49 games with Plymouth of the Ontario Hockey League last season.