This week the Penguins signed their second undrafted college free agent of the season, defenseman Cam Lee out of Western Michigan University.
Lee attended the Penguins' development camp last summer and signed a two-year entry level deal following the end of his senior season.
“Cam is a good-skating, offensive-minded defenseman that fits the current style of play in today’s NHL,” Jim Rutherford said in a team release. “This signing adds more young depth at defense for us. We’re excited to have Cam as a member of the Penguins organization.”
"We are very excited for Cam to begin his professional hockey career with such a great organization in the Pittsburgh Penguins," Western Michigan coach Andy Murray said in the school's press release. "Cam is a very skilled defenseman and we look forward to seeing him succeed in the NHL."
What kind of player did the Penguins get in Lee? Let's take a look: