Daily Roundup: July 7, 2013

  • Kalman: If Iginla’s In Decline, Cap-Friendly Deal Is No Bargain
    Bruins fans might’ve thought their lasting image of Jarome Iginla would always be his last fruitless attempt to score against Boston and prevent the Pittsburgh Penguins from getting swept as time expired in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals.
  • Is Rob Scuderi's Return Enough to Cure What Ails Pittsburgh Penguins' Defense?
    Rob Scuderi made his return to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday after signing as a free agent to address the weaknesses on the team’s blue line that were created when the veteran defenseman left the club after its Stanley Cup triumph in 2009. After watching his defensemen struggle mightily against the physical Boston Bruins forwards during an embarrassing sweep in the 2013 Eastern Conference …
  • 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.        

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