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06-30-2006, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Sam
Have to wonder. What the heck would those incentives be? He didn't even have ten points last season. Cowan signed a two year plus an option year after a 11 goal, 27 point season. It's not too bad since he's making near the minimum ($532,000) but how would he have hit the incentive mark?
Well that's that with that.

LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings have exercised their one-year team contract option on left wing Jeff Cowan, it was announced today by Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi.

Cowan, 30, played in 46 games this past season with the Kings and had nine points including eight goals and 73 penalty minutes, his second season with the club. He missed a total of 28 games due to groin, hamstring and back injuries.

Acquired by the Kings from the Atlanta Thrashers on March 9, 2004, in exchange for Kip Brennan, the 6-2, 205-pound Cowan, who is a native of Scarborough, Ontario, has played in 304 career NHL games and has 68 points (40-28=68) and 460 penalty minutes. In addition to the Kings, Cowan has played for the Thrashers and the Calgary Flames.

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