posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 02:07 PM
TORONTO (AP) - Defenseman Ken Klee and forward Darcy Tucker re-signed with the Maple Leafs on Friday, agreeing to multiyear contracts.
Klee was acquired from Washington Capitals last summer. He will get $5 million in his two-year deal and could have become an unrestricted free agent
He played in 66 games, finishing with four goals and a career high 29 points. USA Hockey placed Klee on the 2004 World Cup team in May.
Tucker, a feisty right wing, has been with the club the last four years. He earned $1.6 million last season, when he finished with 32 points,
including 21 goals in 64 games.
He scored twice in 12 playoff games. He also has played with Montreal, Tampa Bay and Toronto. He could have become a restricted free agent.