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NHL Free Agency 2013

Sharks re-sign forwards Kearns, Viedensky

Friday, 08.02.2013 / 1:13 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The San Jose Sharks announced Friday they have re-signed forwards Bracken Kearns and Marek Viedensky each to a one-year contract. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Kearns, 32, played one regular-season and seven postseason games for San Jose in 2012-13. He played 66 games with the Worcester Sharks in the American Hockey League, finishing first on the team with 46 points (21 goals, 25 assists). Kearns also had team-leading totals in goals, assists and power-play goals (11).

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Rangers sign undrafted defenseman Donnay

Thursday, 08.01.2013 / 2:07 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The New York Rangers on Thursday announced they have agreed to terms on a contract with free-agent defenseman Troy Donnay. Terms of the deal were not released.

Donnay, 19, was undrafted after three seasons in the Ontario Hockey League, with the London Knights and Erie Otters. The 6-foot-7, 190-pound player had one goal and seven assists in 68 games with Erie last season and served as an alternate captain.

In three OHL seasons, Donnay, a native of Fenton, Mich., had two goals and 15 assists in 143 games.

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Panthers sign Gomez to one-year contract

Wednesday, 07.31.2013 / 1:00 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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Scott Gomez is returning to the Eastern Conference, with the Florida Panthers announcing Wednesday they've signed the 33-year-old to a one-year contract reportedly worth $900,000.

"Scott is a veteran center who adds further depth to the middle of our lineup," general manager Dale Tallon said. "He is a quick and skilled forward with a wealth of hockey experience, including two Stanley Cup titles, who will be a leader for our younger players."

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Maple Leafs agree to terms with defenseman Fraser

Tuesday, 07.30.2013 / 4:27 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

NHL.com

The Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday agreed to terms with defenseman Mark Fraser on a one-year contract. Terms of the deal were not released, but CBC placed the value at $1.275 million.

The agreement avoided an arbitration hearing.

"I think both sides were happy that we didn't end up going down that road and we were able to agree with something beforehand," Fraser said, according to TSN. "I wanted to be back at a fair price, but so did they, so I actually look at that as sort of a compliment."

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Rangers, Zuccarello avoid arbitration

Tuesday, 07.30.2013 / 11:18 AM / NHL Free Agency 2013

NHL.com

The New York Rangers have avoided arbitration with forward Mats Zuccarello, agreeing to a new contract Tuesday. TSN's Darren Dreger is reporting it is a one-year, $1.15 million deal.

Zuccarello, 25, returned to the Rangers late in the 2012-13 season after starting with Magnitogorsk Metallurg of the Kontinental Hockey League and had three goals and eight points in 15 regular-season games. He had a goal and seven assists in 12 Stanley Cup Playoff games.

Zuccarello has 11 goals and 34 points in 67 games with the Rangers over parts of three seasons.

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With Bogosian secured, core in place for Jets

Monday, 07.29.2013 / 9:06 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

Corey Masisak - NHL.com Staff Writer

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff put the finishing touches on a busy month Monday, one that cemented the core of his franchise for the foreseeable future and hopefully improved the club enough to be a Stanley Cup Playoff contender.

The Jets agreed to terms with Zach Bogosian on a seven-year, $36 million contract, avoiding an arbitration hearing with the 23-year-old defenseman. Bogosian was the final of five arbitration-eligible players for the Jets to agree to a deal, and along with forwards Blake Wheeler (six years, $33.6 million), Bryan Little (four years, $23.5 million) completes the task of locking up the team's core players.

"I've made it clear since my first time being in Winnipeg that it was obviously a place I wanted to be for a long time," Bogosian said. "I'm just real happy that Winnipeg believed in me and gave me another chance to prove myself. I didn't exactly have the best start to my career in Atlanta, and obviously moving up to Winnipeg gave me a new chance to play in a hockey market and play in a hockey town that I enjoy playing in front of. That's where the term came in. It was definitely a no-brainer to want to stay here for a long time."

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Predators sign Rodney to one-year, two-way deal

Monday, 07.29.2013 / 12:12 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The Nashville Predators on Monday announced they have signed defenseman Bryan Rodney to a one-year, two-way contract.

Rodney's deal is worth $550,000 at the NHL level and $120,000 at the American Hockey League level.

Rodney, 29, spent the 2012-13 season with the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL, with four goals and 15 points in 44 games.

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Jets, Wheeler agree on six-year, $33.6M deal

Friday, 07.26.2013 / 10:15 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms with forward Blake Wheeler on a six-year contract worth $33.6 million, the team announced Friday.

"Thrilled to be a Jet for 6 more years," Wheeler wrote on his verified Twitter account.

The sides were scheduled for an arbitration hearing Monday.

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Hurricanes, Gerbe agree to one-year deal

Friday, 07.26.2013 / 5:00 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The Carolina Hurricanes on Friday agreed to terms with left wing Nathan Gerbe on a one-year, two-way contract.

The deal will pay Gerbe $550,000 in the NHL and $150,000 in the American Hockey League, with a guarantee of at least $250,000.

"Nathan has had success on the NHL level and should compete for a job with the Hurricanes during training camp," Carolina vice president of hockey operations Ron Francis said in a statement announcing the signing.

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Ducks re-sign Palmieri to three-year contract

Friday, 07.26.2013 / 2:14 PM / NHL Free Agency 2013

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The Anaheim Ducks on Friday re-signed restricted free agent forward Kyle Palmieri to a three-year contract. Financial terms of the deal were not released, but the Orange County Register reported the total value to be $4.4 million.

Palmieri had 10 goals (five game-winners) and 21 points in 42 regular-season games last season, and three goals and two assists in seven Stanley Cup Playoff games.

Taken by the Ducks with the 26th pick of the 2009 NHL Draft, Palmieri has 15 goals and 14 assists in 70 games, all with Anaheim, the past three seasons.

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