Penguins are on the move again with a few new jerseys
The Pittsburgh Penguins are going to wear some new jerseys for the next three years.
The club announced Friday they have re-signed three players, including two goalies.
The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Friday that they have signed defenseman Ben Lovejoy, goaltender Martin Brodeur and forward Kris Letang.
They also announced forward Kevin Hayes will return to the lineup for the first time in seven seasons.
Brodeur will be making his Penguins debut after being released by the San Jose Sharks last week.
He will be with the Penguins for at least two more seasons.
Hayes, a former first-round pick, is making his first career NHL start and will be paired with Letang for the Penguins first game.
The Penguins will be without defenseman Evgeni Malkin, who was suspended for the start of the season for testing positive for elevated levels of a banned substance.
The team will be looking to re-sign forward Brandon Sutter and defenseman Brian Dumoulin, who both signed with the San Diego Padres last week and were acquired by the Penguins in a trade with the Boston Bruins in the off-season.
The new jersey, which will be worn by some of the team’s current first-line center prospects and some players under contract for next season, will be unveiled at the Penguins home opener against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.
The 2015-16 season will mark the team the first since 2006-07.
The Penguins have been in the Stanley Cup Playoffs five times, with the last two trips being to the Western Conference Finals in 2013 and 2014.