After spending last year in the Swiss League with Bern, Sean Bergenheim landed a PTO with the Anaheim Ducks.
Unfortunately for the 32-year-old winger, the Ducks decided not to keep him, and he’s been looking for work ever since.
Earlier this morning, we found out where he’ll be spending the 2016-17 season.
Per their Twitter account, Sweden’s Frolunda HC announced that they’d signed Bergenheim to a contract.
It’s his second tour of duty with the defending Swedish League champions. The veteran accumulated 33 points in 36 games with Frolunda back in 2006-07.
He last played in the NHL with Minnesota and Florida during the 2014-15 campaign.
He’ll join former NHLers Joel Lundqvist, Johan Sundstrom, Casey Wellman and Matt Donovan on Frolunda’s roster.