In Detroit Land
These look to be depth signings. Check out the main page to read about Detroit’s other free agent signings.
The Detroit Red Wings today agreed to terms with right wing Riley Barber on a two-year contract and center Kyle Criscuolo and goaltender Kevin Boyle on one-year contracts.
“It was a learning experience,” Draper said. “I’ve been a part of a lot of drafts. Things happen. When you make a pick and wait for the next one, players come off the board and you have to adjust on the fly, but I thought our staff did a nice job and in the end when we look back at this, we’re proud of our work. The passion we have for the Detroit Red Wings means a lot to all of us.”
Detroit offered more money for Markstrom but Markstrom wasn't interested in a rebuild. Krug is more open to DET. Edmonton offered more money to Holtby than VAN did.— J (@Account4hockey) October 9, 2020
Detroit dodged a bullet if the term was similar to what Markstrom signed for with Calgary (6x6M).
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Lots of signings yesterday. If you missed them, you can find them all here.