Daily Roundup: July 2, 2014

  • Penguins agree to sign defenseman Ehrhoff
    The Pittsburgh Penguins addressed a significant need on their blue line by signing veteran Germany defenseman Christian Ehrhoff to a one-year, $4 million contract.
  • Caps overhaul defense with Niskanen, Orpik signings
    The Washington Capitals spent a lot of money on former Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman on the first day of free agency Tuesday. After adding physical 33-year-old defenseman Brooks Orpik on a surprisingly rich five-year, $27.5 million deal, the Capitals inked one of the most sought after free agents of the day, 27-year-old defenseman Matt Niskanen, to a seven-year deal worth $40.25 million. "We …
  • Pens sign Ehrhoff for one year
    The Pittsburgh Penguins agreed to a one- year contract with defenseman Christian Ehrhoff at the start of NHL free agency on Tuesday.
  • Penguins grab free-agent D Ehrhoff
    The Pittsburgh Penguins made some pickups on the first day of NHL free agency, signing defenseman Christian Ehrhoff, forward Blake Comeau, goaltender Thomas Greiss, center Marcel Goc and defenseman Taylor Chorney to one-year contracts Tuesday.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins agree to sign defenceman Christian Ehrhoff: source
    A person familiar with the move says veteran defenceman Christian Ehrhoff has agreed to sign with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because the Penguins had not announced the deal, reached […]
  • Penguins sign Ehrhoff for 1 year, $4M
    The Pittsburgh Penguins kicked off the free agent-signing flurry Tuesday by signing defenseman Christian Ehrhoff to a one-year deal.
  • Pens Off To Busy Start In Free Agency
    The free agency period is open in the NHL and the Pittsburgh Penguins are continuing to reshape their roster.

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