Daily Roundup: July 3, 2013

  • Penguins agree to deal with Letang, re-sign Dupuis
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Penguins locked up another elite young player long term and kept a key player off the market Tuesday, agreeing to terms with defenseman Kris Letang and re-signing forward Pascal Dupuis.
  • Penguins re-sign Pascal Dupuis to 4-year contract
    The Pittsburgh Penguins locked up another key component to their offence on Tuesday, re-signing forward Pascal Dupuis to a four-year, $15 million US deal that will run through the 2016-17 campaign.
  • Can Pittsburgh Penguins Keep a Strong Supporting Cast for Expensive Stars?
    It looked like the Pittsburgh Penguins and Kris Letang might part company. The Penguins had given Letang an extension to his contract that was set to run out after the 2013-14 season. Letang was not enamored with the deal and said no. Jordan Staal had done the same thing to the Penguins last year. Back then, Ray Shero saw the handwriting on the wall and traded him to Carolina so he could play …
  • Penguins lock up Letang for eight years
    PITTSBURGH (AP) – The Pittsburgh Penguins locked up another elite young player long term, announcing Tuesday they had agreed to terms with defenseman Kris Letang.
  • Penguins lock up Kris Letang for eight years, $58 million
    PITTSBURGH (AP) – The Pittsburgh Penguins locked up another elite young player long term, announcing Tuesday they had agreed to terms with defenseman Kris Letang.
  • Penguins sign Letang to long-term deal
    (Reuters) – The Pittsburgh Penguins and their Norris Trophy finalist defenseman Kris Letang have agreed to an eight-year $58 million contract extension, the National Hockey League club said on Tuesday. Letang, who led all NHL defensemen in scoring last season with 38 points (five goals, 33 assists) becomes the latest core member of the Penguins to sign a long-term deal joining captain Sidney …
  • NHL-Penguins sign Letang to long-term deal
    July 2 (Reuters) – The Pittsburgh Penguins and their Norris Trophy finalist defenseman Kris Letang have agreed to an eight-year $58 million contract extension, the National Hockey League club said on Tuesday. Letang, who led all NHL defensemen in scoring last season with 38 points (five goals, 33 assists) becomes the latest core member of the Penguins to sign a long-term deal joining captain …
  • Letang, Penguins finalize $58 million deal
    The Pittsburgh Penguins locked up another elite young player long term, announcing Tuesday they had agreed to terms with defenseman Kris Letang.
  • Penguins agree to 8-year extension with Kris Letang
    The Pittsburgh Penguins have officially agreed to an eight-year contract extension with defenceman Kris Letang. The $58-million deal begins with the 2014-15 season and runs through 2021-22. The contract averages $7.25 million per season.

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