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Engelland signs three-year extension with Pens @NHL
The Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday announced that the team has signed defenseman Deryk Engelland to a three-year contract extension. The deal, which will keep Engelland in Pittsburgh through the 2013-14 season, will pay the physical blueliner an average of $566,700 per year.

Engelland has 5 points and a team-best 76 penalty minutes in 32 games.

Originally drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the sixth round of the 2000 Entry Draft, Engelland signed with the Penguins as a free agent in July 2007. In 41 NHL games, all with the Penguins, Engelland has 2 goals, 7 points and 93 penalty minutes.

Despite not being one of the team's headlining defensemen, Engelland gained attention in recent weeks for his role in the HBO series "24/7 Penguins/Capitals: Road To The Winter Classic," in which he figured prominently in the opening episode after an on-ice scrap with Colton Orr of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

With Engelland extended, Pittsburgh now has all seven of its current defensemen locked up through the 2011-12 season.
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