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Notre Dame junior Anders Lee signed a two-year contract with the New York Islanders Monday, according to beat reporter Arthur Staple. The Irish captain was one of the CCHA's top scorers this season. He was drafted by the Islanders in 2009. New York's rights to him would have expired this summer, making him a free agent, if they were unable to sign him before then.
He played in 124 games during his three years at Notre Dame. He scored 61 goals and totaled 116 points.
10:45 Update: Notre Dame and New York both confirm that Lee has signed with the Islanders, ended his college career.
This post was edited by Dan Murphy on 4/1/2013 at 9:49 AM
I wish him luck and hope that he comes back to earn his degree. He has been a great player.
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