23-Year-Old Center – Tampa Bay Lightning
Philippe Paradis Contract Information:
The Lightning have re-signed Paradis to a one-year deal in July of 2014.
The Lightning have re-signed Paradis to a one-year deal, reports TSN.ca. Terms were not released.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Paradis was one of the elements in the Blackhawks' trade of Kris Versteeg to the Maple Leafs. Last season was his first full season in professional hockey. At 6-2 and 215 lb, he can be a physical presence in the Rockford lineup, but he needs to throw his weight around a bit more. He only registered 39 penalty minutes in 58 games along with five goals and 11 assists. We'll see if he can become a bit more aggressive this year in the AHL.
Paradis (and his booming shot) will be utilized in the QMJHL, a junior league, in 2010-11. Evidently, teams have had a tough time figuring out how to fit him in, as the centerman is already associated with his third NHL club since the Hurricanes selected him 27th overall in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.
Paradis was selected by the ‘Canes in the 2009 entry draft. He’s a power forward who delivers cannon-like shots, so with Carolina wanting imposing players for this season and in the future, Paradis could end up as a perfect fit for the club.