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Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche sign Evan Rodrigues to one-year, $2M bargain


Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche sign Evan Rodrigues $2M bargain

The Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche added more profundity at forward by marking Evan Rodrigues to a one-year, $2 million arrangement on Monday.

The move comes closely following losing Nazem Kadri in free office to Calgary. The Avalanche are banking that Rodrigues can assist with making up for the shortcoming.

Rodrigues shows up in the Mile High City after a season in Pittsburgh, where he put forth vocation highs with 19 objectives and 24 helps. Rodrigues was the solitary Penguins player to skate in each game last season.

Rodrigues, 29, has played in 316 vocation NHL games in his experience with Pittsburgh and Buffalo, the group that marked him as a free specialist in April 2015. Prior to turning expert, he played at Boston University, where he helped the Terriers to the 2015 NCAA title game prior to losing to Providence

We are eager to add a two-way player with Evan's flexibility to our gathering," Avalanche senior supervisor Chris MacFarland said in a proclamation. "He is falling off his best hostile season and has shown he can play in different jobs and help a setup in numerous ways.