OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Guillaume Latendresse is looking to revive his NHL career with the Ottawa Senators.
The oft-injured forward signed a $1.25 million, one-year deal after becoming a free agent Sunday.
Latendresse played 27 games combined over the past two seasons with the Minnesota Wild, scoring eight goals and 15 points.
He missed 50 games because of a concussion last year.
Latendresse is a former second-round pick of the Montreal Canadiens and spent parts of four seasons with the team.
Ottawa also signed defenseman Mike Lundin to a one-year deal while securing prospect forward Shane Prince to a three-year entry-level contract.
Lundin had two assists in 17 games during an injury-plagued season with Minnesota that saw him miss 48 games.