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NHL Free Agency 2011

Canadiens re-sign Josh Gorges

Friday, 07.22.2011 / 10:43 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Montreal Canadiens on Friday night signed restricted free agent defenseman Josh Gorges to a one-year contract, avoiding salary arbitration. TSN reports the contract is for $2.5 million.

"We are pleased to have reached an agreement with Josh Gorges for the 2011-12 season," General Manager Pierre Gauthier said in a statement. "He is a very reliable defenseman for our club. Josh is recovering extremely well from his knee injury that kept him out of the line-up for half of the regular season and the playoffs, and we look forward to seeing him at training camp."
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Red Wings re-sign Pearce

Thursday, 07.21.2011 / 7:05 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Detroit Red Wings on Thursday re-signed goaltender Jordan Pearce to a two-year contract.
 
Pearce, 24, went 20-15-5 with a 2.89 goals-against average and .908 save percentage in 2010-11 with Detroit's American Hockey League affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins. He made 1,164 saves in 44 appearances and actually made 20 straight starts (12-6-2) when he seized the starting role down the stretch to almost lead the Griffins to the playoffs. The native of Alaska has yet to play a game in the NHL.
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Sabres, Enroth agree on multi-year deal

Thursday, 07.21.2011 / 2:55 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Buffalo Sabres have signed backup goalie Jhonas Enroth to a multi-year deal, the club announced Thursday.

Enroth, who turned 23 last month, appeared in 14 NHL games for the Sabres this past season. He had a 2.73 goals against average and a 9-2-2 record, recording both his first NHL win and first career shutout in 2010-11 after appearing in just one game during the 2009-10 season.

The Stockholm, Sweden native made NHL history Feb. 15 with a 3-2 shootout victory at Montreal, becoming the first goaltender ever to record each of his first three career wins in a shootout.

Enroth played 41 regular-season games for the Portland Pirates (AHL) during the 2010-11 season, posting a 20-17-2 record and a 2.78 goals against average. He went 1-2 with a 2.27 goals against average in the Calder Cup playoffs.
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Rangers, Dubinsky agree to terms

Thursday, 07.21.2011 / 10:55 AM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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Brandon Dubinsky won't be leaving New York anytime soon.

The Rangers announced Thursday that Dubinsky, who was slated to have an arbitration hearing Thursday morning, has agreed to a four-year deal worth a reported $16.8 million. His cap hit will be $4.2 million.  

"I wanted to be in New York, it's the place I live, it's the place I love and I want to be here forever," Dubinsky told the New York Post.  "At the end of the day, I think it's a home run for me. I hope the team feels the same way."
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Korpikoski avoids arbitration, signs two-year deal

Wednesday, 07.20.2011 / 12:38 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Phoenix Coyotes avoided arbitration with forward Lauri Korpikoski, who is coming off a career-best season, agreeing Wednesday to a new two-year contract. Terms were not disclosed.

"We are very pleased to sign Lauri to a two-year contract," Phoenix GM Don Maloney said. "Lauri is an excellent skater, a versatile forward and an important player on our team. We are happy to avoid arbitration and finalize a contract."
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Lightning re-sign Purcell for two years

Wednesday, 07.20.2011 / 11:24 AM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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Teddy Purcell and the Tampa Bay Lightning reached an agreement on a two-year contract Wednesday for a reported $4.725 million.

Purcell was a restricted free agent and set to have his arbitration hearing Wednesday, but the two sides found common ground on a contract before the hearing began.

"We were happy to get Teddy signed this morning for the next two seasons," Lightning GM Steve Yzerman said. "He had a good year in 2010-11, his first full season in the NHL, and we look forward to seeing him continue to grow as a contributor for the Tampa Bay Lightning."
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Red Wings bring in Conklin as new backup

Wednesday, 07.20.2011 / 10:19 AM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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Detroit general manager Ken Holland didn't waste much time in finding a No. 2 goalie to replace the now retired Chris Osgood. The Red Wings on Wednesday announced that they have signed Ty Conklin to a one-year contract to be the backup for Jimmy Howard.

Conklin, 35, returns to Detroit after spending the last two seasons with the St. Louis Blues. Conklin played for the Wings in 2008-09 and went 25-11-2 with a 2.51 goals-against average and .909 save percentage.
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Lightning sign Stamkos to five-year deal

Tuesday, 07.19.2011 / 8:30 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

At least spending the summer back home in Toronto gave Steven Stamkos the comic relief he needed throughout his long contract negotiations with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Stamkos' intention all along was to re-sign with the Lightning as he did Tuesday, but he had to laugh out loud upon hearing and seeing some of the rumors that included his name and future over the past several weeks. He couldn't ignore the fact that so many people were speculating about why he hadn't signed yet and who would eventually extend the restricted free agent an offer sheet.

"I actually got a couple of texts from friends with a picture of my face photoshopped on Phil Kessel's body," Stamkos said Tuesday night on a conference call announcing his new five-year contract reportedly worth $37.5 million. "Some people thought it was a legit photo. When they sent it to me I cracked up. I couldn't hold my laugh in that people were circulating that photo and thought it was real. That was comical."

Stamkos admitted that the rumors grew "tiresome," but he never lost a minute of sleep throughout the negotiations that took longer than both he and Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman could have anticipated.
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Sabres sign Sekera, Ellis to multi-year deals

Tuesday, 07.19.2011 / 2:29 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Buffalo Sabres have agreed to terms with restricted free agents Andrej Sekera and Matt Ellis on multi-year contracts. Terms of the deals were not released.

Sekera, 25, is coming off his best NHL season, when he scored 29 points and was a plus-11 in 76 games. However, the defenseman was limited to just two games in the postseason against the Philadelphia Flyers, however, due to an upper-body injury he sustained late in the regular season.

The signing avoids an arbitration hearing that had been scheduled for July 25.
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Crabb signs one-year deal with Toronto

Tuesday, 07.19.2011 / 12:51 PM / NHL Free Agency 2011

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The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Tuesday that they have re-signed forward Joey Crabb for one year on a reported two-way contract.

Crabb, 28, played 48 games for the Leafs this past season and finished with 15 points on 3 goals and 12 assists. He had a career-high 3-point game March 19 against Boston at Air Canada Centre. Crabb also played in 34 games with the AHL's Toronto Marlies and had 11 goals and 7 assists for 18 points. He was selected to play in the AHL All-Star Game, but could not as he was up with the Leafs.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Alaska native has played in 77 NHL games with Toronto and Atlanta since making his debut in 2008-09. He was originally signed by Toronto on July 1, 2010.
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