Matt Cullen will play another year in the National Hockey League with Minnesota Wild

Matt Cullen will play another year in the NHL with Minnesota Wild

Matt Cullen will play another year in the NHL with Minnesota Wild

He has spent the last two seasons in Pittsburgh, where the helped the team win two Stanley Cups.

The former Pens player signed a one-year deal to join the Minnesota Wild the team announced.

Cullen agreed to terms with the Minnesota Wild on a one-year, $1 million contract with $700,000 in potential performance bonuses. "I'll try to figure out what's right at the end of the season, but until then I guess I don't know".

Why leave the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champions?

Cullen scored 31 points with the Penguins past year and helped them win their second consecutive Stanley Cup.

Cullen had worn the colors of the Wild, from 2010 to 2013.

He also added nine-points in 25 playoff games for the Penguins. He will be reunited in Minnesota with Eric Staal, his close friend whom he won a Stanley Cup with in Carolina in 2006.

The Star Tribune reported Cullen was deciding between the Penguins and Wild.

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