Recent signings and more in this morning’s collection of NHL headlines. 


Detroit Red Wings re-sign Luke Glendening to a four-year deal.

Detroit Red Wings re-sign Luke Glendening to a four-year deal.

 THE DETROIT NEWS: The Red Wings re-signed forward Luke Glendening to a four-year, $7.2 million contract. The annual average salary is $1.8 million. 

 

THE BUFFALO NEWS:  The Sabres re-signed forward Marcus Foligno to a one-year, $2.25 million contract. 

 

NBC SPORTS:  The New York Islanders re-signed forward Alan Quine to a two-year, $1.225 million deal. 

 

WINNIPEG SUN:  The Jets re-signed forwards Adam Lowry and Joel Armia to two-year, one-way deals. Lowry will earn $1.125 million annually, Armia $925K.

 

THE NEWS & OBSERVER: The Carolina Hurricanes re-signed defenseman Ryan Murphy to a two-year contract. Murphy will earn $750,000 in 2016-17 and $825,000 in 2017-18.

 

 

PHILLY.COM: Philadelphia Flyers forward Nick Cousins has accepted the club’s qualifying offer. 

 

THE DENVER POST: Las Vegas’ NHL expansion franchise is encountering trademark issues in their attempts to find a team name. 

 

TSN: “The National Hockey League’s insurance company was ordered Wednesday night to hand over the medical records of former players in an ongoing concussion lawsuit.”

 

TRIBLIVE.COM: Jack Riley, the first general manager of the Pittsburgh Penguins (1966-1970, 1972-74), died Wednesday at age 97.