Red Wings sign four, including scoring champ Terry

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The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to terms with center Wade Megan, defenseman Jake Chelios and goaltender Harri Sateri on one-year contracts and agreed to terms with left wing Chris Terry on a two-year contract.

Terry, a veteran of nine professional seasons, won the AHL scoring title in 2017-18 with a career-high 71 points (32 goals, 39 assists) in 62 games with the Laval Rocket. He was also the Rocket’s team winner of the IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year award for his work in the Laval community.

In 500 career regular-season games in the AHL with Laval, St. John’s, Charlotte and Albany, Terry has totaled 183 goals and 257 assists for 440 points. He is a three-time AHL All-Star Classic participant (2012, 2017, 2018) and was a First Team AHL All-Star in 2017-18 and a Second Team selection in 2016-17.

The 29-year-old native of Brampton, Ont., was drafted by Carolina in 2007 and signed as a free agent with Montreal in 2016; he has 38 points in 152 career NHL games with the Hurricanes and Canadiens.

Megan, 27, registered 11 goals and 22 assists for 33 points in 63 games with the AHL’s Chicago Wolves last season. He also got into one NHL game with the St. Louis Blues.

In 2016-17, Megan won the Willie Marshall Award as the AHL’s top goal-scorer with 33 goals, and also made his NHL debut with the Blues.

In 326 AHL games with Chicago, Portland and San Antonio, Megan has recorded 78 goals and 75 assists for 153 points.

Originally drafted by Florida Panthers in the fifth round in 2009, Megan has one assist in four career NHL games, all with the Blues.

Chelios, 27, tallied four goals and 10 assists for 14 points in 41 AHL games with the Charlotte Checkers last season.

Entering his fifth pro season, Chelios has skated in 235 AHL games with Charlotte and Chicago, totaling 16 goals and 77 assists for 93 points.

He is the son of Hockey Hall of Fame defenseman Chris Chelios.

Sateri, 28, appeared in 29 games for the AHL’s Springfield Thunderbirds last season, going 14-9-3 with four shutouts while ranking sixth in the league with a 2.30 goals-against average and third with a .927 save percentage.

Sateri also made his NHL debut last season and went 4-4-0 (2.92, .911) in nine appearances with the Florida Panthers.

In 158 career AHL games with Springfield and Worcester, Sateri owns a record of 62-77-10 with a 2.78 GAA, a .907 save percentage and eight shutouts.

Sateri was originally drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the fourth round in 2008.