Seasoned forward Patrick Marleau will make his third career stint with the San Jose Sharks after they awarded him a one-year contract on Tuesday.
The value of the agreement was not specified.
Marleau returned to the California organization last season after playing the previous two seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs. However, the Sharks traded him to the Pittsburgh Penguins on the trade deadline.
The 41-year-old hockey player had 11 goals and as many assists for 22 points in 66 games during the regular season. During the qualifying round against the Montreal Canadiens, he was shut out in four duels and posted a differential of -4.
In the National League, Marleau has 1,188 points in 1,723 games, leading the Sharks’ concession in points (1,102), goals (518) and games played (1,551), among others.
The Rangers pull out their checkbook
The New York Rangers have signed forward Phillip Di Giuseppe to a new contract.
Details of the deal have not been spelled out, but according to the CapFriendly website, the 27-year-old skater will receive $ 700,000 in one year. He became a free agent with compensation last week.
Di Giuseppe was hired by the Blueshirts on July 18, 2019. During the most recent campaign, he scored four points in 20 outings with the big club and participated in his three games in the qualifying round, without obtaining a single point. . The Ontarian has also appeared in 43 games with the Hartford-based branch, amassing 26 points, including 14 goals, in 43 games.
The Torontonian is a former Carolina Hurricanes and Nashville Predators having totaled 45 points in 170 career National League (NHL) games since 2015-16.
Two signatures in Carolina
At the Carolina Hurricanes, management has been active during the day to say the least. She notably rehired forward Clark Bishop, who agreed to a one-year, two-part pact.
The 24-year-old hockey player will win $ 700,000 in the NHL or $ 100,000 in the American League (AHL).
Bishop got a five-game assist with the Hurricanes in 2019-20. He also had 19 points, including six goals, in 53 games with the Charlotte Checkers, AHL. The St. John’s native was a fifth-round pick, 127th overall, for the Hurricanes in 2014.
In addition, they signed an entry agreement for pivot Vasiliy Ponomarev, the 53rd selection overall in the last amateur auction. During the last season, the 18-year-old played with the Shawinigan Cataractes, in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He has 18 goals and 31 assists for 49 points in 57 games.
The Muscovite will get $ 700,000 if he plays in Carolina next year or $ 80,000 with the school club.