Right wing Chris Stewart, who spent the final part of last season with the Wild, agreed to a one-year, $1.7 million contract with the Anaheim Ducks. Anaheim announced the deal on Sunday.
Stewart played 61 regular-season games for the Buffalo Sabres last season and 20 with the Wild, collecting 14 goals, 22 assists and 88 penalty minutes. He appeared in eight postseason games with the Wild, getting two assists.
Stewart also has played for Colorado and St. Louis in his seven-year NHL career.
Bourdais wins in Milwaukee
Sebastien Bourdais pulled away following a late caution to win at the Milwaukee Mile, his second IndyCar victory of the season.
Bourdais was dominating before the caution flag came out on Lap 222 after Justin Wilson's car stalled. He held on when racing resumed for an 18-lap sprint to the finish, turning aside a brief challenge from second-place Helio Castroneves to win by 2.2 seconds.
It was Bourdais' 34th career victory, and first at an oval since winning at Milwaukee in 2006.
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American part of team trial win
British rider Chris Froome, seeking his second Tour de France win after his dominant victory in 2013, kept the leader's yellow jersey as his Team Sky finished one second behind American Tejay van Garderen's BMC team in the team time trial in Plumelec, France.
Heading into Monday's rest day, and then the race's first mountain stages, Froome leads Van Garderen by 12 seconds.
The 26-year-old Van Garderen has never finished higher than fifth at the Tour but is so far riding like a contender.
AROUND THE HORN
NFL: Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer, fired in December, was arrested near his beach home in Florida early Sunday on misdemeanor battery charges. Kromer is currently the offensive line coach for the Buffalo Bills.
NBA: The Brooklyn Nets agreed to a free-agent deal with former No. 1 pick Andrea Bargnani. Bargnani, who spent the last two seasons with the New York Knicks. ... The Oklahoma City Thunder will keep center Enes Kanter after matching an offer sheet by the Portland Trail Blazers.
WNBA: Cappie Pondexter scored a season-high 29 points as the host Chicago Sky (8-5) beat the Connecticut Sun (7-4) 96-76. ... Brittney Griner scored 26 points and the Phoenix Mercury (8-5) beat the visiting Seattle Storm (3-12) 70-60. ... Angel McCoughtry scored 32 points for the host Atlanta Dream (6-7) in an 84-76 win over the New York Liberty (7-5).
Soccer: Sebastian Giovinco scored three goals in nine minutes in Toronto FC's 4-4 draw with the New York City FC at Yankee Stadium. The match included an MLS-record four penalty kicks. ... Mexico dominated play but couldn't penetrate the Guatemala defense and the teams finished in a 0-0 tie in a CONCACAF Gold Cup match. A sellout crowd of 62,910 watched the match in Glendale, Ariz.
College basketball: Jayson Tatum of St. Louis, a 6-foot-8, 190-pound wing player and the No. 2 overall prospect in the class of 2016, made a verbal commitment to Duke.
Horse racing: California Chrome, who won the 2014 Kentucky Derby and went on to earn Horse of the Year honors, has a bruised cannon bone that will likely sideline him for the rest of the year.