(CBS) Patrick Sharp is headed back to Chicago.

The Blackhawks and Sharp have agreed to a one-year deal as free agency opened late Saturday morning. A 35-year-old winger, Sharp played in Chicago from 2005-’15, helping lead the Blackhawks to three Stanley Cup titles.

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Sharp scored 239 goals across 10 seasons in his first tenure in Chicago. He’s coming off a trying season in which he recorded 18 points (eight goals, 10 assists) in 48 games. He battled through concussion problems and a hip issue that ended his season in mid-March.

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The Blackhawks aren’t expected to be big players in free agency due to their salary cap situation. They’re currently over the cap of $75 million by $3 million or so, and a trade of veteran forward Marcus Kruger has long been rumored.

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Sharp is the second key member of previous Blackhawks championship teams to return in the past eight days. On June 23, Chicago acquired forward Brandon Saad in a blockbuster trade that sent winger Artemi Panarin to Columbus.