Mueller was released Sunday from his professional tryout with the Bruins, Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe reports. Mueller's last NHL action came in 2012-13, and he's since played in both Switzerland and Sweden. The 28-year-old received a shot at training camp with some players away at the World Cup of Hockey but didn't do enough in his time to earn a longer look. He's now free to shop around with other clubs.
Mueller signed a professional tryout agreement with the Bruins on Wednesday, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports. NHL teams will be light on players in training camp due to the World Cup of Hockey, which opens the door for guys like Mueller, who spent the past three seasons in Europe, to get a hard look on a professional tryout basis. The former first-round pick (Coyotes, 2006) has produced 160 points (63 goals, 97 assists) in 297 career games.
Peter Mueller signed a contract with Kloten of the Swiss A League on Thursday, TSN's Darren Dreger reports.
The Blues placed Peter Mueller on unconditional waivers Tuesday, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports.
Peter Mueller has been assigned to Chicago of the AHL, according to Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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