Found July 01, 2012 on
Justin Schultz has been introduced as an Edmonton Oiler after signing with them yesterday, and Jordan Staal and Ryan Smith are the two early signings from Free Agent Frenzy.
As you probably already know, yesterday, "Schultz agreed to a two year entry-level contract with the Edmonton Oilers." - HockeyFanLand.
The Oilers were also busy today as they signed fan favorite Ryan Smith to a two year deal worth 4.5
Jordan Staal was locked up by the Hurricanes for 10 years in a deal that will pay him 60 million (cap hit of $6 M) about an hour ago. Jordan will likely play the rest of his career alongside his brother Eric.
Jordan rejected a 10 year, 60 million deal from the Penguins and then was traded to the Hurricanes during the 2012 NHL draft.
Staal had 50 points in 62 games last season with the Penguins.
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Hurricanes have signed new center Jordan Staal to a 10-year contract extension.
The Hurricanes marked the start of the free agency period Sunday by announcing a long-term deal for the star player they acquired from Pittsburgh in a draft-day trade just over a week ago.
Staal will make 6 million per year under the deal, which begins with the 2013...
For the last three seasons, the Carolina Hurricanes have wandered in the playoff wilderness.
This offseason general manager Jim Rutherford looks like hes not only trying to make sure that that doesnt happen again, but he looks like he wants to return the Hurricanes to being a serious player in the East.
Having already pulled off the trade with Pittsburgh for center Jordan Staal...
Jordan Staal signed a 10-year contract with Carolina on July 1
July 1 is viewed by many as the best day of the hockey year.
It’s the beginning of free agency. You know, that time when teams are awarded the Stanley Cup based on the money they’ve spent to bring in, and likely overpay, players. However, this year was much different. On a day dubbed “Free Agent Frenzy”, July...
It looks like the Staal brothers will be playing together for quite some time as the Carolina Hurricanes have inked Jordan Staal to a 10 year extension that officially kicks in at the start of the 2013-14 season. Staal will make $4.5 million in the final year of his current contract.
The Carolina Hurricanes have reunited another set of brothers - and this time it's not the Staals.
College players Tommy and Eddie Olczyk are the sons of former NHL player and coach Ed Olczyk. They're getting their first on-ice taste of the NHL this week during the Hurricanes' rookie conditioning camp.
And in a remarkable coincidence, the Olczyks' reunion came less...
via Jim Rutherford tweet, I’m very pleased we’ll be announcing shortly that Jordan Staal has committed to make his home in Carolina for a long time.
via Bob McKenzie tweet, Jordan Staal agrees to terms with CAR. 10 years, $60M. Done
The Carolina Hurricanes have signed new center Jordan Staal to a
10-year contract extension.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Hurricanes have reunited another set of brothers -- and this time it's not the Staals.
College players Tommy and Eddie Olczyk, sons of former NHL player and coach Ed Olczyk, are getting their first on-ice taste of the NHL this week during the Hurricanes' rookie conditioning camp.
And in a remarkable coincidence, the Olczyks' reunion...
Carolina GM Jim Rutherford says Parise decision on where to sign likely coming Monday.
— Dave Molinari (@MolinariPG) July 1, 2012
A couple of things.
1. If you were signing off on where you were going to go for the prime of your career you'd probably wait a day too.
2. Interesting because Suter wasn't going to decide today either...
Defenseman Joe Corvo will return to the Carolina Hurricanes for the third time, signing a one-year deal with the club Sunday. The Hurricanes also re-signed goaltender Justin Peters for two years and forward Brett Sutter to a one-year contract. Corvo, 35, played in 75 games for the Boston Bruins this past season and had four goals and 21 assists and was plus-10. During his nine...
via Carolina Hurricanes tweets, Canes agree to terms w defenseman Joe Corvo on a one-year contract.
Canes agree to terms w goaltender Justin Peters on a two-year contract.