Daily Roundup: July 6, 2013

  • Rob Scuderi exits Kings; Ducks trade Bobby Ryan
    Free-agent defenseman Scuderi leaves for Pittsburgh Penguins; Ryan goes to Ottawa for Jakob Silfverberg, a first-round pick and a prospect in a trade prompted by free-agent dominoes. Two impact players from the Southern California market left town Friday in what was an especially frantic opening day of NHL free agency.
  • NHL free agency: Penguins bring back Rob Scuderi
    The Pittsburgh Penguins felt they needed to bulk up their defense, and they’ve turned to an old friend to do it. The Penguins and defenseman Rob Scuderi agreed to a four-year contract on Friday, the club announced . Scuderi agreed to a 4-year, $13.5 million contract, that carries an annual average value of $3.375 million against the salary cap.
  • Rob Scuderi returns to Penguins, signs four-year, $13.5 million deal
    Rob Scuderi denying Johan Franzen in the crease to help preserve the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 2-1 victory in Game 6 of the 2009 Stanley Cup Final, and forcing a Game 7, helped the defenseman earn a fat contract that summer with … Continue reading ?
  • Penguins sign D Scuderi
    The Pittsburgh Penguins signed free-agent defenseman Rob Scuderi to a four-year contract worth $3.375 million per year, NHL.com reported Friday.
  • Penguins Bring Back Scuderi, Re-Sign Adams
    The Pittsburgh Penguins have brought back an integral “piece” of their 2009 Stanley Cup championship team.
  • 2013 NHL Free Agency: Tempting Players Pittsburgh Penguins Must Avoid
    As the NHL ‘s annual free-agent frenzy kicks off, the Pittsburgh Penguins figure to be one of the less-involved teams. While the Pens have been an active team in free agency in recent years by acquiring key players such as Sergei Gonchar (2005), Petr Sykora (2007), Matt Cooke (2008) and Paul Martin (2010), this year figures to be less eventful. Barring a trade, the Pens will only have a little …

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