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Ducks sign Christian Djoos and Jani Hakanpaa to one-year, one-way deals

Ducks defenseman Christian Djoos  celebrates scoring against the Minnesota Wild with teammates during the third period at the Honda Center on March 8.
Ducks defenseman Christian Djoos celebrates scoring against the Minnesota Wild with teammates during the third period at Honda Center on March 8.
(Alex Gallardo / Associated Press)

Ducks defensemen Christian Djoos and Jani Hakanpaa each signed a one-year, one-way contract extension that will carry them through the 2020-21 season, the team said Wednesday in a news release.

The terms call for Djoos to earn $1 million and Hakanpaa to get $750,000.

While Ducks hockey is on hiatus because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Honda Center parking lot is being used as site for weddings and food distribution.

Djoos, who was acquired by the Ducks from the Washington Capitals in February, had a goal and three points in nine games with the Ducks before the season was halted on March 12. He averaged 21 minutes 22 seconds’ ice time per game.

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Hakanpaa had a goal in five games with the Ducks this season and averaged 18:07 in ice time.


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