Wolves bring back Deveaux

The Chicago Wolves have signed center Andre Deveaux.

Deveaux appeared in 94 regular-season games with the Wolves from 2006 to 2008, registering 15 assists, 26 points and 337 penalty minutes. He also posted seven points (3g, 4a) and 115 PIM in 38 postseason matchups during that span, which includes notching two assists and 67 penalty minutes in 24 outings in 2008 to help Chicago capture the Calder Cup championship that season.

The Freeport, Bahamas, native set career highs in every offensive category and paced the Toronto Marlies with 16 goals, 25 assists and 41 points in 72 American Hockey League games last season. He also led the Marlies and ranked 10th in the league with 216 penalty minutes.

The 26-year-old forward made his National Hockey League debut with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2008-09, accruing one assist and 75 penalty minutes in 21 contests. He also potted 14 goals, 25 points and 114 penalty minutes in 38 AHL games with the Marlies that season.

Overall, Deveaux has recorded one assist and 75 penalty minutes in 22 NHL matchups with Toronto, spanning two seasons (2008-2010). He also has tallied 52 goals, 118 points and 1,020 penalty minutes in 344 AHL outings, spanning six seasons with the Wolves, Marlies and Springfield Falcons.