June 11th, 2011
The Pittsburgh Penguins made their first substantial move of the offseason on Thursday by signing Craig Adams to a two-year contract extension. Including a $300k signing bonus, the new deal will pay Adams an average of $675k per season.
Adams scored just four goals last season, but his importance to the team goes well beyond the...
June 9th, 2011
After tidying up the front office, the Penguins have addressed a major free agency uncertainty and resigned forward Craig Adams to a two-year contract extension worth 675,000 dollars per year.
The deal will likely take the 34 year-old forward to the end of his playing career, and at a raise of 125,000 per year over his expiring...
March 15th, 2011If the Penguins continue to have success in coming seasons GM Ray Shero will be forced to get creative and find ways to keep his talented group of stars together. However, the idea of signing Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin for the rest of their careers isn't an option he's considering right now.