Ottawa signs Latendresse to one-year deal

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Despite the concussion problems that have limited his playing time, forward Guillaume Latendresse signed a one-year deal worth $1.2 million with the Ottawa Senators on Sunday.

Latendresse spent the past three seasons with the Minnesota Wild, but he has played just 27 games the past two seasons. He had five goals and four assists in 16 games this past season.

Latendresse passed a physical in Ottawa on Sunday after receiving clearance from the Wild's doctors last month.

His contract will have performance bonuses that could increase Latendresse's salary to $2 million, according to RDS.

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