The Pittsburgh Penguins gave up a steep price for David Perron last January in what ended up being the 16th overall pick in the deepest NHL draft in 12 years.
Is it even worse asset management to let Perron walk for nothing next summer?
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The Penguins today announced they signed 2015 second round pick Daniel Sprong to a three year entry level contract. The deal kicks in when Sprong turns pro. Sprong will be playing in the QMJHL this season.