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Ducks add Max Comtois, Sam Steel and staff member to COVID protocol

The Anaheim Ducks announced via Twitter on Sunday afternoon that left wing Max Comtois, center Sam Steel and a staff member entered the NHL’s COVID protocol. Comtois had just been cleared to return to the lineup after missing nearly a month with a hand injury. The 22-year-old Canadian has really struggled to produce offensively this season, garnering only one assist through 14 games.
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Sam Steel, Isac Lundestrom re-sign with Ducks

More players have accepted their qualifying offers on Friday, as Sam Steel and Isac Lundestrom will stay with the Anaheim Ducks organization for at least one more season. CapFriendly reports the one-year, two-way deals are both worth $874,125 at the NHL level and $70,000 at the minor league level. Steel’s...
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Ducks centers Isac Lundestrom, Sam Steel agree to 1-year qualifying offers

Ducks centers Isac Lundestrom and Sam Steel accepted their one-year, two-way qualifying offers on Friday, which will pay each of them $874,125 for 2021-22 if they make the NHL team’s roster or $70,000 if they play for the San Diego Gulls of the AHL. Lundestrom, 21, set career highs with...
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Anaheim Ducks Sign Isac Lundestrom And Sam Steel To One-Year Contracts

The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has signed centers Isac Lundestrom and Sam Steel to one-year, two-way contracts through the 2021-22 NHL season. Lundestrom, 21 (11/6/99), has collected 6-9=15 points and 16 PIM in 71 career games with the Ducks. The 6-0, 187-pound forward...
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Sam Steel must take big step forward with Ducks next season

While the Anaheim Ducks continue to integrate young players into their lineup, not all will have a linear path with their development. While the likes of Max Comtois and Troy Terry performed well with the Ducks this year, one key young forward who had a fairly disappointing season was Sam Steel.
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