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The Pittsburgh Penguins signed free agent Jayson Megna to a two-year deal on Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh Penguins signed free agent forward Jayson Megna, reports Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It is a two-year entry level deal that will pay him $935,000 per year.
— Shelly Anderson (@pgshelly) August 1, 2012
#Penguins sign free agent forward Jayson Megna to 2-year entry-level deal, $935 K per. He's from Nebraska-Omaha and was at development camp.
A native of the Chicago suburb of Northbrook, Ill., Megna led all freshmen in scoring at Nebraska-Omaha. He had 13 goals and 31 points, and was one of six players to appear in all 38 games for the Mavericks in the 2011-2012 season.
Prior to playing at UNO, he spent two years with Cedar Rapids of the USHL, finishing his second year there with 30 goals and 58 points.
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