The Nashville Predators have completed the signing of Bryan Rodney on a one-year, two-way contract.
An announcement was made on Monday that the defenceman was to join the Predators, after spending the second half of last season with the Manchester Monarchs in the AHL.
The deal for the 29-year-old will see him earn $550,000 at NHL level, but it will be worth $120,000 if he is used at AHL level.
He scored four goals and notched up 15 points in 44 games for the Monarchs last season, and the Predators will become his third NHL team.
Since turning professional in 2005-06, Rodney has fleeted between both leagues, and his previous spells in the NHL have been with the Carolina Hurricanes between 2008 and 2010, and the Edmonton Oilers in 2012, while also signing for the Anaheim Ducks in 2011, but he was traded to the Oilers for Ryan O'Marra soon after.
Rodney has one goal and 13 points in 34 NHL matches, and has been signed as a free-agent.
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