DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to terms with veteran forward Daniel Cleary on a one-year contract. The club said Thursday it wouldn't disclose the amount of the deal it reached with the 34-year-old unrestricted free agent. Cleary returns for a ninth season with the Red Wings and 15th in the NHL. The Newfoundland native has 119 goals and 146 assists over 540 regular-season games with Detroit. Last season, Cleary was one of four Wings to skate in all 48 regular-season games. He had nine goals and six assists and was second on the club with 10 points in 14 postseason games. The 6-foot, 208-pound winger also has played for Chicago, Edmonton and Phoenix. A former first-round pick of the Blackhawks, Cleary won the Stanley Cup with Detroit in 2008.