Minnesota Wild signed former Philadelphia Flyers right winger Matt Read
Per the Wild's press release, Read's deal is for one year and is worth $650,000 for time in the NHL and $200,000 for time in the AHL.
Read, who turned 32 last month, has played seven seasons in the NHL, all with Philadelphia. Last season he failed to win a spot with the Flyers out of training camp and spent most of the season with Lehigh Valley in the AHL. In 19 games with the Flyers, he had one goal and no assists.
Read first burst onto the NHL scene with the Flyers in 2011-12 when he scored 24 goals and added 23 assists. Read earned favour under then-coach Peter Laviolette's up-tempo style and became a top-line player in his first few seasons, leading to a four-year, $14.5 million deal signed in September 2013.
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