Capitals, Flyers, Penguins add depth in NHL Free Agency

SHANGHAI, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 21: A NHL logo was showed outside of Mercedes-Benz Arena prior to a pre-season National Hockey League game between the Vancouver Canucks and the LA Kings at Mercedes-Benz Arena on September 21, 2017 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Yifan Ding/NHLI via Getty Images)

NHL Free Agency has opened.

While many major moves were made before the official open signing period, this can be a time where teams add key depth to their rosters.

Here’s who our area teams have signed in free agency:

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS

F Kurtis Gabriel – One year, $700K
F Kyle Criscuolo – One year, $700K
G Jean-Francois Berube – One year, $700K
D Tyler Wotherspoon – Two years, $1.4 million
D Chris Bigras – Two years, $1.4 million
D Nate Prosser – Two years, $1.4 million
D Andy Welinski – One year, $750K
F Andy Andreoff – Two years, $1.5 million

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

F Andrew Agozzino – Two years, $1.4 million
D David Warsofsky – Two years, $1.4 million
F Brandon Tanev – Six years, $21 million

WASHINGTON CAPITALS

F Philippe Maillet – Two years, $1.4 million
G Vitek Vanecek – Three years, $2.15 million
F Brendan Leipsic – One year, $700K
F Garnet Hathaway – Four years, $6 million
F Richard Panik – Four years, $11 million

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