Bruins Sign Defenseman Wozniewski to One-Year Deal

The Bruins bolstered their defense on Wednesday afternoon, signing Andy Wozniewski to a one-year deal. The terms of the contract were not disclosed, per club policy.

In 2008-09, the 29-year-old split his time between the St. Louis Blues' and Pittsburgh Penguins' AHL affiliates. In 56 games with the Peoria Rivermen, he notched one goal and 16 assists for 17 points and a total of 56 penalty minutes. He was traded to Pittsburgh and played in 18 games for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, registering two goals and two assists for four points and 26 penalty minutes.

On Feb. 3, Wozniewski appeared in one NHL game for the Blues.

Wozniewski spent more substantial time in the NHL in 2007-08, playing in 28 games for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He registered two goals and seven assists for nine points with a plus-5 rating and 54 penalty minutes. While with the AHL affiliate Marlies, he played in 33 games and tallied seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points. In 19 playoff games with the Marlies, he registered four goals and five assists for nine points.

In May of 2004, Wozniewski signed his first professional contract with the Maple Leafs.

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