Defenseman May returns to Wranglers

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Las Vegas Wranglers announced Tuesday that defenseman Jeff May has agreed to terms with the team for the 2013-14 season.

May, 26, last played for the Wranglers in 2011-12, scoring seven goals and posting 20 assists in the regular season. The 6-foot-2, 201-pound blueliner added another two goals and five assists in the playoffs on the way to a 2012 Kelly Cup Finals appearance against the Florida Everblades. A native of Richmond, British Columbia, May first laced up for the Wranglers during the 2008-09 season, recording four goals and 10 points between American Hockey League stints with the Norfolk Admirals, Providence Bruins, and San Antonio Rampage.

In 2012-13, May tallied four goals and four assists overseas with Angers in France, and picked up an additional four goals and five assists in 16 playoff games. May also spent two full seasons with the AHL’s Rampage from 2009-11, earning three goals and 12 assists.