Patrick Mullen

D / Nashville Predators / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    Predators' Patrick Mullen: Dealt to Nashville

    Mullen has been traded to the Predators with Conor Allen heading to Ottawa. The two teams simply swap blueliners with this deal. Both players had been playing for their respective minor-league affiliates, but unlike Allen, it's Mullen who has yet to make his NHL debut at the age of 29. The Boston native last played for AHL Binghamton and recorded 16 points with 18 PIM in 36 games. It's tough to picture Mullen having a significant role with the club, though the team must've had some good reports on him to go through the trouble of swapping him for a more experienced defenseman.

  • Sens Waive Mullen

    News: Patrick Mullen was waived by the Senators on Monday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
    Analysis: The 28-year-old blueliner tallied 32 points across 66 games at Utica and Binghamton of the AHL last season. Once he clears waivers, Patrick Mullen will report to Binghamton again, functioning as organizational depth for the Sens.
  • Canucks Deal Mullen To Sens

    News: Patrick Mullen was traded to the Senators on Tuesday in exchange for fellow AHLer Jeff Costello.
    Analysis: Patrick Mullen logged 20 points and 23 PIM over 46 games for AHL Utica. The 27-year-old will report to the Sens' AHL affiliate in Binghamton and is strictly organizational depth for the parent club.
  • Canucks Sign Mullen

    News: Patrick Mullen signed one-year, two-way contract with the Canucks on Thursday, the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: Patrick Mullen give the Canucks additional organizational depth on the blue line. The 26-year-old defenseman totaled 41 points (13 G, 28 A) in 69 games with Manchester of the AHL last season. He's once again expected to spend the majority of his time in the minors.
  • Mullen Demoted By The Kings

    News: Patrick Mullen was among a handful of players that got sent down by the Kings on Sunday, the LA Times reports.
    Analysis: Also not making the first cut for the Kings were defensemen Nicolas Deslauriers and David Kolomatis, left wings Andy Andreoff and Ray Kaunisto, right wings Brandon Kozun and Linden Vey and goaltender Martin Jones. There were no surprises in this batch.
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