The Florida Panthers made a veteran addition in terms of forward depth with the signing of Scott Wilson to a one-year, two-way contract on Wednesday.

Wilson, 28, brings 193 games of NHL experience to the organization, having suited up for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres during seven professional seasons. A Stanley Cup champion with the Penguins in 2016 and 2017, Wilson spent the last three seasons in the Sabres organization, splitting time between the NHL club and its AHL affiliate in Rochester.

Over the course of his career, Wilson (5-foot-11, 183 pounds) has posted 51 points (20g, 31a) and 58 penalty minutes in 193 NHL contests. In the AHL, the native of Oakville, Ontario, scored 106 points (55g, 51a) and 74 penalty minutes in 144 outings, including 22 points (11g, 11a) in 37 games with the Americans last season.

The Penguins’ seventh-round draft choice in 2011, Wilson played three collegiate seasons at UMass-Lowell before turning professional.