Found June 20, 2012 on Fang Faction:
RDS (Reseau des Sports, Canada) reporter broke his second Nashville signing in 24 hours with this tweet reporting a new 1 year, 550 000 two way contract for right winger Chris Mueller who spent most of his season with the Milwaukee Admirals. The 5'10 winger had 32 goals and 28 assists in 73 games with the Admirals last season, 10 more points than his 2010-11 campaign. 
Mueller signed a one year contract with the Predators in 2010 when is was playing for the ECHL's Cincinatti Cyclones. He has played a total of 19 games with the Predators and 133 with the Admirals over two seasons. 

Mueller could crack the Predators roster this year, depending on who else they sign this off season, but expect him to start the season in the AHL and fight for the chance to move up. At 26 there is still room for improvement with the young winger, but this appears to be a depth signing that won't cost the Preds too much in the long run.

Press release will follow.

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