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The Carolina Hurricanes have agreed to terms with three players on one-year, two-way contracts.
The Hurricanes announced deals Thursday with right wing Aaron Palushaj, defenseman Michal Jordan and goalie Mike Murphy.
Palushaj will make $600,000 in the NHL or $175,000 in the minor leagues with a guarantee of at least $225,000.
Jordan will receive $550,000 with the Hurricanes or $125,000 in the minors with a guarantee of at least $150,000.
Murphy, who played one game with Charlotte of the AHL after spending most of last season in Russia, will make $550,000 with Carolina or $80,000 in the minors.
The 23-year-old Palushaj had two goals and seven assists in 25 games for Colorado.
Jordan made his NHL debut with Carolina last season and averaged 10:41 of ice time in five games.
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