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This article was published 14/6/2013 (1231 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
It might not be huge news here in Winnipeg, but the St. John’s IceCaps have locked up three key veterans that are instrumental in the development and guidance of their top prospects in the American Hockey League.
The IceCaps announced today they have agreed to terms with Jason Jaffray, Josh Lunden and Kael Mouillierat on new contracts.
The 31-year old Jaffray, the IceCaps’ captain, appeared in 65 games with the IceCaps this past year, scoring 15 goals and adding 33 assists. Jaffray has played in 426 career AHL games between Norfolk, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Cleveland, Manitoba, Abbotsford and St. John’s and appeared in 49 career NHL games between Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg.
Lunden, 27, played in 31 games with the IceCaps last season, picking up 18 points (8G, 10A) while Mouillierat, 25, played in 50 games with the IceCaps last season, registering 42 points (11G, 31A).