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 LOS ANGELES (AP) -Michael Cammalleri, who led the Los Angeles Kings in scoring last season then became a restricted free agent, has agreed to a two-year contract.
An NHL arbitrator awarded the Kings' left wing the deal worth $6.7 million.
The 25-year-old Cammalleri will make $3.1 million for the upcoming season and $3.6 for the next.
Cammalleri can become an unrestricted free agent when the contract expires after the 2008-2009 season.
He is coming off a year in which he had a career-high 34 goals and 46 assists, and scored five game-winning goals. He led the team in points, assists, power-play goals (16), power-play points (37), and multiple-point games (21).
Following the season, he played in the World Championships and had four goals and three assists in nine games to help Canada win the gold medal.

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