Western New York natives Lee Stempniak and Adam Clendening are on the move once again in the NHL.
Stempniak is joining his 10th team, and has reportedly signed a two-year agreement with the Carolina Hurricanes.
Lee Stempniak, two years, $2.5M AAV, to CAR.
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) July 1, 2016
Last season the West Seneca native split time with New Jersey and Boston. He was traded to the Bruins at the trade deadline, become the sixth player in league history to be traded on three different deadlines. Stempniak scored 19 goals this past year.
Niagara Falls native Adam Clendening, is moving a little closer to home, signing with the New York Rangers.
Clendening suited up for both the Penguins and Oilers this past year, tallying six points in 20 games with Edmonton.
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) July 1, 2016