Saturday, August 05, 2006

Pens sign Marc-Andre Fleury

The Penguins have signed Marc-Andre Fleury to a two year deal. The first year is for approx $990,000 and the second year for $1.6 million.

It's good to have Fleury under wraps for two years. That's also a nice raise they gave him for the 2007-2008 season. I think he'll be worth it.

So what do you think? Are the Pens done with their roster? They've signed all of their own players now, and while they'll probably move to fill out the Wilkes-Barre roster, do you think they'll add to the NHL squad? If so, where?

2 comments:

justin said...

assuming the penguins get malkin in the black and gold this season, they should be strong up the center. i'd like them to pick up another defender, or left winger. but i think they now at least have a NHL caliber team.

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