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|Penguins Sign Greiss |
|(7/1/14) The Penguins signed Thomas Greiss to a one-year, $1 million deal Tuesday.|
|Greiss Getting Lots Of Free Agent Interest |
|(6/28/14) Eight teams have reached out to Thomas Greiss' agent, reports Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic. He becomes a free agent on July 1.|
|Coyotes' Greiss Stops 16 In Win |
|(4/13/14) Thomas Greiss made 16 saves on 17 shots in a win over the Stars on Sunday.|
|Greiss Starts For Coyotes |
|(4/13/14) Thomas Greiss will start Sunday's game against the Stars.|
|Coyotes' Greiss Solid In Loss |
|(4/11/14) Thomas Greiss allowed just two goals on 23 shots Thursday against the Preds, but the Coyotes scored none to support him.|
NHL Free Agency: Day 1's Winners and Losers
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Penguins Sign Greiss
The Penguins signed Greiss to a one-year, $1 million deal Tuesday.Greiss went 10-8-5 with a 2.29 GAA and a save percentage of .920 with the Coyotes last season. He'll backup Marc-Andre Fleury in Pittsburgh next season.
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Greiss Getting Lots Of Free Agent Interest
Eight teams have reached out to Greiss' agent, reports Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic. He becomes a free agent on July 1.It's hard to think those interested teams are looking for a starter. Greiss is a very good back-up and it looks like he's as good as gone from the Phoenix ... err ... Arizona Coyotes.
|In a somewhat surprising move, Pens GM Jim Rutherford signed Thomas Greiss to a one-year, $1 million deal over the summer. Pittsburgh's goalie situation was thought to be fairly stable with starter Marc-Andre Fleury and backup Jeff Zatkoff, but Rutherford apparently brought Greiss in to battle for at least the backup job. Playing time has always been an issue for the German-trained goalie, as he's started just 52 games in parts of five NHL seasons. Last year, Greiss played for the Coyotes, going 10-8-5 with 2.29 GAA and .920 save percentage. Training camp performance will likely dictate where the goalie begins 2014-15. Rutherford has already changed the status quo in Pittsburgh and it would not be surprising to see Greiss start 30-plus games or get sent down to AHL affiliate Wilkes-Barre. (Updated 8/13/14) |