ANAHEIM, CA - MARCH 06: Mike Ribeiro #63 of the Dallas Stars celebrates his teams goal with the bench for a 3-1 lead over the Anaheim Ducks during the third period at the Honda Center on March 6, 2009 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
The Dallas Stars have come to terms with center Travis Morin and RW Colton Sceviour.
Morin agreed to two-year, two-way contract ... meaning he will get paid $525,000 a year when in the NHL and $125,000 a year when playing in the minors. He is guaranteed a minimum of $150,000 each season through the 2012-13 season.
Sceviour has a similar deal where he will receive $525,000 in the NHL and $75,000 in the minors.
More from the Stars below:
Morin, 26, appeared in 64 games with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League (AHL) last season, ranking second on the club in points with 45 (21 goals, 24 assists). He also led the club in scoring during the playoffs with seven points (3g, 4a). Morin made his NHL debut in 2010-11 with Dallas after dressing in three games and recording two shots.
The Brooklyn Park, Minn., native skated in 80 games with the Texas Stars in 2009-10, tying the club lead in assists (31) and totaling 52 points. Morin helped Texas reach the Calder Cup finals in the spring of 2010, posting four goals and 12 assists in 24 games. The 6-2, 195-pound center was originally drafted in the ninth round (263rd overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft by Washington.
Sceviour, 22, skated in 77 games last season for the Texas Stars, ranking third on the club in points with 41 (16g, 25a). He also skated in six games for Texas during the AHL playoffs, scoring one goal. The Red Deer, Alb., native made his NHL debut with Dallas on Feb. 5, 2011, at Philadelphia.
The 6-0, 201-pound right wing helped the Texas Stars reach the Calder Cup Finals in the club’s inaugural season in 2009-10. Sceviour skated in 80 games, tallying 31 points (9g, 22a), during the regular season and 24 contests, accruing eight points (1g, 7a), during the playoffs. He was selected by Dallas in the fourth round (112nd overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.