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

We continue to watch the free agency's most chaotic and unique NHL time in the recent past, as Day 2 kicked off with several big names still on the board - including Alex Pietrangelo and Taylor Hall.
(Summary of the signatures on Friday below)
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Day 2 - Saturday
F Johan Larsson, Coyotes - two years, $ 2.8 million
F Cody Eakin, Sabers - two years, $ 4.5 million
F Jesper Fast, Hurricanes - three years, $ 6 million
D Mark Pysyk, Stars - One Year, $ 750,000
G Louis Domingue, Flames - one year, $ 700,000
F Valeri Nichushkin, Avalanche - two years, $ 5 million
G Mike Smith, Oilers - one year, $ 2 million
F Kevin Labanc, Sharks - four years, $ 18.9 million
F Mikko Koivu, Blue Jackets - one year, $ 1.5 million
D Troy Stecher, Red Wings - two years, $ 3.4 million
D Tyson Barrie, Oilers - one year, $ 3.75 million
Former Leafs and Avalanche attorney Tyson Barrie appears to be banking heavily on himself after allegedly turning down offers worth more in dollars and duration than the nearly $ 4 million one-year contract the Oilers gave him .
Barrie will be looking to get big production numbers for a top power game starring Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl and take advantage of a longer-term, bigger cash deal next summer.
F Craig Smith, Bruins - three years, $ 9.3 million
F Andre Burakovsky, Avalanche - two years, $ 9.8 million
G Thomas Greiss, Red Wings - two years, $ 7.2 million
F Jordan Greenway, Wild - two years, $ 4.2 million
Day 1 - Friday
D Kevin Shattenkirk, Ducks - three years, $ 11.7 million
G Jacob Markstrom, Flames - six years, $ 36 million
F Dominik Kubalik, Blackhawks - two years, $ 7.4 million
G Malcolm Subban, Blackhawks - two years, $ 1.7 million
G Anton Khudobin, Stars - three years, $ 10 million
Q Bobby Ryan, Red Wings - one year, $ 1 million
G Corey Crawford, Devils - two years, $ 7.8 million
G Matt Murray, Senators - four years, $ 25 million
D Torey Krug, Blues - Seven Years, $ 45.5M
D T.J. Brodie, Maple Leafs - four years, $ 20 million
F Wayne Simmonds, Maple Leafs - one year, $ 1.5 million
G Henrik Lundqvist, capitals - one year, $ 1.5 million
D Justin Schultz, Capitals - Two Years, $ 8M
F Derek Grant, Ducks - three years, $ 4.5 million
Q Tyler Pitlick, Coyotes - two years, $ 3.5 million
D Chris Tanev, Flames - four years, $ 18 million
F Kyle Turris, Oilers - two years, $ 3.3 million
F Tyler Ennis, Oilers - one year, $ 1 million
F Alexander Wennberg, Panthers - one year, $ 2.25 million
D Radko Gudas, Panthers - three years, $ 7.5 million
F Vinnie Hinostroza, Panthers - one year, $ 1 million
G Cam Talbot, Wild - three years, $ 11 million
D Mark Borowiecki, Predators - two years, $ 4 million
F Nick Cousins, Predators - two years, $ 3 million
D Jack Johnson, Rangers - one year, $ 1.15 million
F Pat Maroon, Lightning - two years, $ 1.8 million
D Luke Schenn, Lightning - one year, $ 800,000
G Braden Holtby, Canucks - two years, $ 8.6 million
D Nathan Beaulieu - two years, $ 2.5 million
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