-Unrestricted free agent left winger Kael Mouillierat (above) has joined Luleå HF of Sweden's SHL. Mouillerat, 28, played in one game for the Penguins last season and had no points. In 68 American Hockey League games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Mouillierat scored 45 points (18 goals, 27 assists).
-EN Says: Mouillierat is an established AHL regular who just never seems to translate his game to the NHL level. He'll find more money and perhaps more success in the SHL.
-NBC and NBC Sports Network released their schedules for next season. Here's a look at the Penguins' games on national television.
-Penguins defensive prospect Lukas Bengtsson has a European assignment clause. What does that mean?
-Left winger Chris Kunitz had his day with the Stanley Cup:
-Right winger Phil Kessel's grandmother was spotted drinking from the Stanley Cup:
-Former Penguins center Matt Murley has joined the Oji Eagles, a Japanese team in the Asian League.
-Former Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defenseman Boris Valabik has joined EHC Lustenau in Austria's INL.
-Happy 46th birthday to former Penguins defenseman Sergei Zubov. A star with the Rangers, Zubov came to the Penguins in the 1995 offseason along with Petr Nedved in a deal which sent left winger Luc Robitaille and defenseman Ulf Samuelsson to New York. Zubov only lasted one season with the Penguins, but he managed to churn out one of the most productive campaigns by a defenseman in franchise history. In 64 games, he was able to produce 66 points. To this day, Zubov is the last Penguins defenseman to produce more than a point per game during a single season. In the postseason, Zubov was once again productive as he contributed 14 points in 15 playoff games. In the 1996 offseason, he was traded to the Stars in exchange for defenseman Kevin Hatcher.
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-The Islanders have had discussions with Major League Baseball's Mets about potentially building an arena adjacent to Citi Field in the Queens borough of New York.
-The Maple Leafs signed forward Auston Matthews (right), the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, to a three-year entry-level contract.
-The Maple Leafs re-signed restricted free agent forward Josh Leivo to a two-year contract worth a total of $1.225 million. Coming off an entry-level contract with a salary cap hit of $792,500, Leivo's new deal will have a cap hit of $612,500. Leivo, 23, appeared in 12 games last season and scored five goals.
-EN Says: A productive player in lower levels of hockey, Leivo hasn't had the same success at the NHL level. With a one-way contract, he'll get a good chance to break through on a re-building team next season.
-The Red Wings re-signed restricted free agent forward Mitch Callahan to a one-year, two-way contract.
-The Sabres signed unrestricted free agent defenseman Erik Burgdoerfer, formerly of the AHL's Hershey Bears, to a one-year, two-way contract.
-The Jets re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Chris Tanev to a one-year, two-way contract.
-The Avalanche signed an affiliation agreement with the ECHL's Colorado Eagles.
-Former Canadiens/Avalanche/Maple Leafs defenseman Ryan O'Bryne has retired. O'Byrne, 32, appeared in 308 career games and scored 39 points.
-Former Sabres/Panthers/Sharks/Coyotes forward Tim Kennedy has joined Luleå HF.
-Former Islanders defenseman Matt Donovan has joined Frolunda of the SHL.
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