Published: Thu, August 17, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Moorhead's own returns to Minnesota, Cullen signs with Wild

Moorhead's own returns to Minnesota, Cullen signs with Wild

Instead, the Minnesota native chose to sign a one-year, $1 million deal with the Minnesota Wild. With Cullen now under the umbrella of the Wild for the 2017-18 campaign, the veteran forward can also earn $700,000 in potential performance-based bonuses.

Cullen, who will turn 41 on November 2, had 33 goals and 101 points in 193 games during his first stint with the Wild.

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Cullen played the last two years with Pittsburgh, winning consecutive Stanley Cups with the Penguins.

He's a 19-year veteran of the National Hockey League, winning the Stanley Cup three times with more than 1,000 games played for eight teams and 689 points scored.

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He returns to Minnesota, a place he spent three seasons in from 2010-13, helping the Wild make the playoffs in the spring of 2013. Many believed Cullen would retire after the season but the native of Virginia, Minn., elected to return.

He's played for Anaheim, Florida, Carolina, the New York Rangers, Ottawa, Minnesota, Nashville and Pittsburgh during his 19 seasons.

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