40-Year-Old Defenseman – Free Agent
Mark Wotton Contract Information:
Signed a one-year contract with Bridgeport, the Islanders' AHL affiliate, in May of 2010.
The Islanders have signed Wotton to a two-year contract, the team's official website reports.
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Wotton is 39 years of age and has spent the past five seasons in the AHL. Odds are Wotton will again spend this season in the minors. He's played 43 NHL games in his 18-year professional career, 42 of them with Vancouver in the late 1990's.
Wotton is the definition of a career minor leaguer as he is 38 years of age and only has one NHL game under his belt. He has zero chance to begin the season with the team and similar odds of being called up during the season.
Wotton will be 37 years of age in October and has only played 43 NHL games in his career. That would be the definition of a career minor leaguer.
Wotton has pretty much been a career AHL-er, seeing action in just 43 NHL games since 1994-95. Bridgeport will be his home yet again in 2007-08.
A depth signing by the Isles. Wotton will call the AHL home this season.
At 32, Wotton is organizational filler and should spend the season in the AHL, but with the lack of talent on the Caps' blue line this season anything is possible.