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    Adam Erne, Detroit Red Wings agree on new two-year contract

    Detroit — Adam Erne had a career-best season, and Sunday he was rewarded for it.

    Erne, a restricted free agent, agreed to a two-year contact worth $4.2 million ($2.1 million salary cap hit) with the Red Wings.

    By agreeing to the contract, the two sides avoided salary arbitration later this week.

    The Wings also worked out a contracts with Tyler Bertuzzi  (two years, $9.5 million/$4.75 million cap hit) and Jakub Vrana (three years, $15.75 million/$5.25 million cap hit) within the last several weeks, avoiding salary arbitration cases.

    Erne, 26, led the Wings with 11 goals, and had nine assists, good for 20 points in 45 games. The 20 points tied Erne’s career-high set in 2018-19 with Tampa Bay over 65 games.

    Erne’s three power-play goals tied for the Wings’ team lead. He led the Wings with 82 credited hits, and posted the Wings’ longest point streak of the season, spanning eight games (from April 1-15).

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