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NLA - Genève-Servette HC has signed the 32-year-old forward Taylor Pyatt to a one-year contract until the end of the upcoming season. The Canadian recently played in the NHL for the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Rangers.

Photo  Michael Miller

After the most recent departure of their top scorer Matthew Lombardi in direction of North America, Geneva's coach Chris McSorley has found a replacement on his trip overseas. From Pittsburgh, where he scored four goals in 34 games during the last season, the forward Taylor Pyatt joins Geneva.

With the 32-year-old Canadian, the Grenats sign an experienced player, who has played 928 NHL games in his career so far (304 points). "His experience will certainly improve the quality of our current roster and I'm convinced that Taylor will play an important role," GSHC coach Chris McSorley said.

 

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