The Montreal Canadiens announced Thursday that they had come to terms with free agent defenceman Douglas Murray. TSN reports the deal is worth $1.5 million over one year.

“Douglas Murray is an experienced defenceman with good size and is an seasoned veteran,” Habs GM Marc Bergevin said in a press release. “He will bring a physical dimension to our team and is a significant addition to our group of defencemen. We are happy to have him join our organization for the upcoming season.”

Last year, Murray was one of the three major additions the Pittsburgh Penguins made at the trade deadline, coming over from San Jose, where he had spent his whole career.

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