The Dallas Stars have announced that they have signed Erik Condra to a one-year, two-way contract.
The 31-year-old right winger most recently played with the Syracuse Crunch in the AHL during the 2017-2018 season. He registered nine goals and 16 assists for 25 total points through 48 games with the Crunch and was ranked third among the team’s forwards with 57 penalty minutes. He also recorded three game-winning goals during the regular season and appeared in seven playoff games for the team during their 2018 Calder Cup run.
During the playoffs, Condra finished third on the team with five assists and a plus/minus rating of +2. Overall, Condra has skated in 48 Calder Cup playoff games and has recorded a +17 rating, 10 goals, and 28 assists for 38 total points. In addition to this, Condra has played in a staggering 238 regular season games in the AHL between the Binghamton Devils and the Syracuse Crunch and notched a career total of 52 goals and 106 assists for 158 points.
Before playing with the Syracuse Crunch, Condra played in 366 regular season games in the NHL through seven seasons with the Ottawa Senators and Tampa Bay Lightning. Through those seven seasons, Condra had a total of 98 points from 39 goals and 59 assists and he recorded nine points (three goals, six assists) in 26 Stanley Cup playoff games. Condra was initially selected by Ottawa in the seventh round at 211th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.
You can read more about his career statistics and experience at the Stars’ press release here.