NHL Free Agency Day 2: Red Wings ink Greiss, Stecher to 2-year deals

Kyle Cantlon
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WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 10: New York Islanders goaltender Thomas Greiss (1) warms up for the game against the Washington Capitals on February 10, 2020 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.  (Photo by Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

We continue tracking the most chaotic and unique NHL free-agency period in recent memory as Day 2 started with several huge names still on the board — including Alex Pietrangelo and Taylor Hall.

(Recap of Friday’s signings below)

Follow along here:

Day 2- Saturday

F Johan Larsson, Coyotes — two years, $2.8M

F Cody Eakin, Sabres — two years, $4.5M

F Jesper Fast, Hurricanes — three years, $6M

D Mark Pysyk, Stars — one year, $750K

G Louis Domingue, Flames — one year, $700K

F Valeri Nichushkin, Avalanche — two years, $5M

G Mike Smith, Oilers — one year, $2M

F Kevin Labanc, Sharks — four years, $18.9M

F Mikko Koivu, Blue Jackets — one year, $1.5M

D Troy Stecher, Red Wings — two years, $3.4M

D Tyson Barrie, Oilers — one year, $3.75M

Former Leafs and Avalanche defender Tyson Barrie is apparently betting big on himself after reportedly turning down offers worth more in dollars and term than the one-year deal the Oilers gave him worth just south of $4 million.

Barrie will look to put up big production numbers on a top power play featuring the likes of Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, and cash in on a longer-term, bigger money deal next summer.

F Craig Smith, Bruins — three years, $9.3M

F Andre Burakovsky, Avalanche — two years, $9.8M

G Thomas Greiss, Red Wings — two years, $7.2M

F Jordan Greenway, Wild — two years, $4.2M

Day 1 - Friday

D Kevin Shattenkirk, Ducks — three years, $11.7M

G Jacob Markstrom, Flames — six years, $36M

F Dominik Kubalik, Blackhawks — two years, $7.4M

G Malcolm Subban, Blackhawks— two years, $1.7M

G Anton Khudobin, Stars — three years, $10M

F Bobby Ryan, Red Wings — one year, $1M

G Corey Crawford, Devils — two years, $7.8M

G Matt Murray, Senators — four years, $25M

D Torey Krug, Blues — seven years, $45.5M

D T.J. Brodie, Maple Leafs — four years, $20M

F Wayne Simmonds, Maple Leafs — one year, $1.5M

G Henrik Lundqvist, Capitals — one-year, $1.5M

D Justin Schultz, Capitals — two years, $8M

F Derek Grant, Ducks — three years, $4.5M

F Tyler Pitlick, Coyotes — two years, $3.5M

D Chris Tanev, Flames — four years, $18M

F Kyle Turris, Oilers — two years, $3.3M

F Tyler Ennis, Oilers — one year, $1M

F Alexander Wennberg, Panthers — one year, $2.25M

D Radko Gudas, Panthers — three years, $7.5M

F Vinnie Hinostroza, Panthers — one-year, $1M

G Cam Talbot, Wild — three years, $11M

D Mark Borowiecki, Predators — two years, $4M

F Nick Cousins, Predators — two years, $3M

D Jack Johnson, Rangers — one year, $1.15M

F Pat Maroon, Lightning — two years, $1.8M

D Luke Schenn, Lightning — one year, $800K

G Braden Holtby, Canucks — two years, $8.6M

D Nathan Beaulieu — two years, $2.5M

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