Samaji Perine is a hockey player from New Jersey who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Friday.
He is the third of six finalists to make the cut.
Perine will join the San Jose Sharks, who will be playing in the AHL.
Per, who played for the Kings, Penguins, and Ducks, was one of the most productive players in the NHL in his prime, with a career .934 save percentage and 842 wins.
Per is a native of the Dominican Republic and played in four different countries.
Per said he would play in San Jose, which has not played a playoff game since 2010.
“The city of San Jose is a very special place,” Perine said.
“I love playing in front of my home crowd and I am looking forward to the challenge.”
Perine is currently in the final stages of the rehab process from surgery to repair a torn ACL.
Peri is hoping to play in the upcoming season.