The Pittsburgh Penguins and General Manager Ray Shero have reportedly re-signed forward Dustin Jeffrey to a one-year contract Thursday.
He is set to make $625,000 next season.
Drafted in the sixth-round (171st overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Pens, Jeffrey has been up-and-down between Wilkes-barre/Scranton and Pittsburgh the past five seasons.
In 90 career regular-season contests with Pittsburgh, Jeffrey has posted 27 points (15G, 12A), and the Pens are 11-2-0 all-time when he registers a goal.
His best campaign was perhaps in WBS during 2009-10, when he logged 71 points (24G, 47A) and skated to a plus-7 rating.
Playing in 24 NHL games this last season, Jeffrey posted six points (3G, 3A) and skated to a plus-1 rating.
He didn’t skate in the postseason — and has yet to.