- Flyers lock up Sean forward Sean Couturier for six years at $26M
- Penguins trade Brandon Sutter to Canucks for trio of players
- Flames sign forward Paul Byron to one-year deal
- Rangers, Derek Stepan agree to terms on six-year contract
- Senators forward Alex Chiasson gets one-year, $1.2M deal in arbitration
- Devils lock up defenseman Adam Larsson for six years
- Capitals extend goalie Braden Holtby for 5 years, $30.5M
- Forward Lance Bouma inked by Flames to three-year deal
- Lou Lamoriello resigns from Devils, joins Leafs as GM
- Koreans experience physical style of play at Stars camp
- Ducks extend defenseman Josh Manson for two-years at $1.65M
- Lightning ink forward Tye McGinn to one-year, two way deal
- Devils look to develop fast attacking team, while maintaining stiff defense
- Predators, forward Craig Smith agree to five-year deal following arbitration
- Backup goalie Antti Raanta excited to be part of Rangers
- Lightning re-sign Namestnikov, Witkowski to one-year deals
- Devils re-sign forward Stefan Matteau to two-year contract
- Defenseman Michael Del Zotto inked by Flyers to multiyear deal
- Flyers sign defenseman Michael Del Zotto, rookie center Travis Konecny
- Oilers, blueliner Justin Schultz agree on one-year deal
Flyers lock up Sean forward Sean Couturier for six years at $26M
Thu, 30 Jul 2015 01:04:11 +0000
Philadelphia, PA, United States (4E Sports) - The Philadelphia Flyers extended center Sean Couturier for a reported six years at $26 million, Tuesday.
Couturier, who would have been a restricted free agent after this season, said he's happy to be with an organization that believes in him.
The 22-year-old had 15 goals and had 37 points in 82 games last season.
The eighth pick in 2011, Couturier has 45 goals and 118 points in 287 regular-season games, and three goals and four points in 18 Stanley Cup Playoff games.
Couturier led the team's forwards in penalty killing last season with 2:19 of shorthanded ice time per game.