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Maple Leafs sign four

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today that the club has signed forwards Adam Cracknell and Josh Jooris as well as defensemen Martin Marincin and Jordan Subban.

Cracknell appeared in 69 AHL games last season between Laval and Hartford, totaling 29 goals and 22 assists for 51 points. He also skated in one NHL game with Dallas and four more with the N.Y. Rangers in 2017-18.

Over 12 pro seasons, Cracknell has played 484 AHL games with Laval, Hartford, Springfield, Chicago, Peoria, Quad City and Omaha, amassing 126 goals and 145 assists for 271 points.

Cracknell was a ninth-round draft pick by Calgary in 2004 and has gone on to play 208 games in the NHL with St. Louis, Columbus, Vancouver, Edmonton, Dallas and the Rangers, tallying 21 goals and 22 assists for 43 points.

Jooris played 40 NHL games between Carolina and Pittsburgh last season, totaling three goals and three assists. He also picked up one goal and three assists in 11 AHL contests split between Charlotte and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

Jooris has played 86 career AHL games with Charlotte, Wilkes-Barre, Adirondack and Abbotsford, recording 12 goals and 19 assists for 31 points.

In 213 career regular-season NHL games with Calgary, the N.Y. Rangers, Arizona, Carolina and Pittsburgh, Jooris has 23 goals and 32 assists.

Marincin, 26, won a Calder Cup championship with the Toronto Marlies in 2017-18, recording four goals and 16 assists in 52 regular-season games and adding one goal and six assists in 20 postseason matches.

Marincin also played in two games for the Maple Leafs last season.

Acquired by Toronto from Edmonton in a June 27, 2015, trade, Marincin has played 180 games in the AHL with Toronto and Oklahoma City, totaling 14 goals and 51 assists for 65 points. He has also appeared in 177 NHL games with the Maple Leafs and Oilers, tallying three goals and 22 assists.

Subban, 23, played 52 AHL games between Utica and Ontario last season, tallying four goals and nine assists for 13 points.

An AHL All-Star in 2017, Subban has played 184 AHL games in his three seasons, totaling 31 goals and 54 assists for 85 points.