Found August 14, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
From TSN: he New Jersey Devils have signed first-round draft pick Stefan Matteau to an entry-level contract. Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello announced the signing on Tuesday without disclosing details. Matteau, the son of former Rangers forward Stephane Matteau, was the 29th overall pick in June. Stephane scored two double-overtime goals in the 1994 conference finals as New York eliminated New Jersey en route to the Stanley Cup. “Stefan Matteau is a size-and-strength power forward,” Lamoriello said, “who we consider to be one of our top prospects.”
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