After topping the 50-point mark for the 10th time, forward Darren Haydar is returning to Wolves next season.
Haydar, a popular 32-year-old AHL star, ranked first on the Wolves with 36 assists, shared second with 21 goals, and ranked second onthe team with 57 points in 70 outings last season. Haydar's 21 goals marked his ninth 20-plus goal campaign in his 10 pro seasons.
Haydar ranks fourth on the Wolves all-time scoring register with 311 points (108G, 203A) in just 271 games with the club spanning four seasons (2006-08; 2010-12). He was the AHL's most valuable player and and the league's leading scorer after posting a career-best 122 points (41G, 81A) in 73 games with Chicago during the 2006-07 season.
The Milton, Ontario, native also holds 21st on the American Hockey League's scoring list with 731 career points (272G, 459A) in 709 AHL games spanning 10 seasons with the Wolves, Milwaukee Admirals, Grand Rapids Griffins, and Lake Erie Monsters.