Found July 06, 2013 on PenguinPoop:
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It didn’t take Penguins general manager Ray Shero long to wrap up his summer’s work. During the four short weeks that passed since the black and gold bowed to Boston in the Conference Finals, he resolved virtually all of the team’s looming personnel issues and laid the foundation for the upcoming campaign. Here’s a quick review of Shero’s moves: June 12—Signed coach Dan Bylsma to a two-year extension. June 13—Signed center Evgeni Malkin to an eight-year, $76 million extension. June 24—Traded defenseman Alex Grant to Anaheim for left wing Harry Zolnierczyk. June 27—Signed left wing Chris Kunitz to a three-year, $11.55 million extension. June 30—Traded right wing Tyler Kennedy to San Jose for a second-round choice in the 2013 Entry Draft. July 2—Signed defenseman Kris Letang to an eight-year, $58 million extension. July 2—Signed right wing Pascal Dupuis to a new four-year, $15 million deal. July 5—Signed right wing Craig Adams to a two-year, $1.35 million deal. July 5—Signed former P
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