Landon Wilson, who played well late last season for the Boston Bruins after spending most of the season in the minors, has signed a two-year contract with the NHL team.
The Bruins also announced Monday that they had signed defenseman Vratislav Cech to a three-year deal and left wing Joe Hulbig to a one-year contract.
Wilson, a right wing, had three goals and three assists in 22 regular-season games and one goal and one assist in eight playoff games with the Bruins. With Providence of the AHL, he had 31 goals in 48 regular-season games and seven goals in 11 playoff games.
Cech, 20, was Florida's third pick in the 1997 entry draft but didn't sign and returned to junior hockey. Hulbig, 25, was taken by Edmonton with the 13th pick of the 1992 draft then played four seasons at Providence College before turning pro.
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