The Pittsburgh Penguins
have signed defenseman Martin Skoula
to a one-year contract, it was announced by Executive Vice President and General Manager Ray Shero
. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Skoula adds nine years of NHL experience, including a Stanley Cup championship in 2001 with Colorado, to the Penguins' roster. He has played in 724 career games and 79 playoff contests during stints in Colorado, Anaheim, Dallas and Minnesota.
Skoula, 29, has posted career totals of 41 goals, 144 assists, 185 points and a plus-13 rating, as well as 14 post-season points (1G-13A). The reliable blueliner has appeared in at least 78 games in each of his nine seasons.
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