Exelby’s contract is worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $130,000 at the AHL level. MacDermid’s contract is worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $70,000 at the AHL level.
Exelby spent the 2011-12 season with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League after signing with the Detroit Red Wings as an unrestricted free agent on July 5, 2011. In 75 games, he had seven goals, 14 assists and 177 penalty minutes with a plus-8 rating.
The 30-year-old has played 408 career NHL games with the Atlanta Thrashers and Toronto Maple Leafs. He has seven goals and 43 assists with 584 PIMs.
MacDermid appeared in five games with Boston during the 2011-12 season. The 22-year-old also played for the AHL Providence Bruins, where he had four goals, 12 assists and 121 PIMs in 69 games.
Thursday the team announced it had signed defenseman Matt Bartkowski to a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $62,500 at the AHL level.
Bartkowski, 24, played the first three games of last season with the Burins before being sent to Providence, where he had 22 points in 50 games.
The 22-year-old appeared in 39 games for Frolunda of the Swedish Elite League last season, posting a 1.67 goals-against average and a .941 save percentage.
The native of Denmark was selected by Anaheim in the third round (No. 87) of the 2012 NHL Draft.
Details of the contract were not released.
Segal played 10 games for the Tampa Bay Lightning last season.
He also played 61 games with the Rockford IceHogs and Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League, registering 18 goals, 18 assists and 69 penalty minutes.
Over the Stanley Cup's grand history, it has visited some of the most picturesque sites on the planet, including its fair share of castles, lakes and arenas.
But it would be difficult for any of those to match the scene surrounding the Cup last week when it arrived at the Church of the Assumption, a 15th-century Baroque-style place of worship located in the Julian Alps of northwestern Slovenia.
After carrying the Stanley Cup around Slovenia, the first time the trophy ever visited the country, Los Angeles Kings star Anze Kopitar brought it, along with family and friends, to the church. For the NHL all-star, the visit brought his Cup journey full circle.
Wolski, 26, had four goals and eight assists for 12 points in 31 games with the New York Rangers and Florida Panthers in 2011-12. He was acquired by Florida from New York on Feb. 25, 2012, in exchange for defenseman Mike Vernace and a third-round selection in the 2013 NHL Draft.
"I definitely think I can help on the offensive side," Wolski said on a conference call with reporters, according to The Washington Times. "I struggled the last two years. I'm definitely highly motivated, very excited and very hungry at this point in time and I look forward to the opportunity to be able to play with great players. I think it's going to be a very positive year."
Wolski was selected by Colorado in the first round (No. 21) of the 2004 NHL Draft.
He registered career highs in goals (23), assists (42) points (65) and games played (80) and tallied four goals and one assist in seven playoff games during the 2009-10 season with Colorado and Phoenix. In 29 career playoff games, Wolski has eight goals and nine assists for 17 points.
The Zabrze, Poland, native participated in the 2007 NHL YoungStars game with new Capitals teammate Mike Green.
The Capitals also announced Wednesday they have re-signed center Zach Hamill, who played 16 games for the Boston Bruins last season. He was acquired in a trade for Chris Bourque on May 26.
Hamill had eight goals and 13 assists in 41 games for the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League in 2011-12.
It's a two-way deal that will pay him $800,000 at the NHL level and $105,000 at the AHL level.
"Marc-Andre was in the NHL all of last season, and will push for a job with us in the fall," said Ron Francis, Hurricanes vice president of hockey operations. "He has good size and has shown the ability to produce offensively both in the AHL and the NHL."
Gragnani, 25, split the 2011-12 season between the Buffalo Sabres and Vancouver Canucks, totaling two goals, 15 points and 26 penalty minutes in 58 games. The Montreal native played 44 games with the Sabres and had a plus-10 rating prior to being dealt to the Canucks along with Zack Kassian in exchange for Cody Hodgson and Alexander Sulzer on Feb. 27.
Selected by the Sabres in the third round (No. 87) of the 2005 NHL Draft, Gragnani has appeared in 73 career NHL games with Buffalo and Vancouver, registering three goals and 18 points.
Morrow reportedly has become a trade target of the St. Louis Blues, among other teams.
Nieuwendyk addressed those rumors to the Dallas Morning News.
"We had a good talk the other day, and I told him I very much believe there’s a place for him on this team," Nieuwendyk told the newspaper. "I told him I fully expect him to be out there on the power play in front of the net where he’s always been."
The St. Louis Post Dispatch earlier reported the Blues had interest in Morrow for a possible trade. The newspaper mentioned the New York Rangers, San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings as other teams that could be interested.
Morrow said he plans to be with the Stars next season.
"You asked me: Do I want to be a Dallas Star, and the answer is definitely yes," Morrow said. "If they want to trade me or they indicate to me that they don’t want me, then obviously I don’t want to be there or stand in their way. But, until they say that they want to trade me or ask me to waive my no-trade clause, then I’m excited to be on the team and I’m ready to get going next season."
Morrow, 34 in January, has one year remaining on his contract. The forward was limited by injuries to 57 games last season -- he had 11 goals and 15 assists. In 2010-11, he scored 33 goals playing all 82 games.
"I feel good where we are right now, but I also know things change," Morrow said. "Right now, I’m just focused on me and my health. I figure if I take care of that, everything else will work out fine."
The Dallas Morning News reported Wednesday that Roy needs shoulder surgery and could be sidelined until November.
Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Stars on July 18, 2006, the 32-year-old has career totals of 12 goals, 31 points and 669 PIMs in 304 games.
Langenbrunner will turn 37 this month. Last season, his first with the Blues, he had six goals and 18 assists in 70 games.
"We are excited that Jamie has agreed to stay in St. Louis," Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said. "His professionalism and leadership both on and off the ice are invaluable assets for our club."
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