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Meet the New Kraken- Defenseman Justin Schultz

The Seattle Kraken kicked off free agency by signing right-shot defenceman Justin Schultz to a two-year, $6 million deal. The 32-year-old was a member of the Washington Capitals, where he scored four goals and recorded 23 points in 74 games. Seattle will be his fourth NHL team, having also previously played for the Edmonton Oilers and Pittsburgh Penguins before his two-year stint in Washington.
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Report: Seattle Kraken sign Justin Schultz

Schultz, 32, has split his 10 year NHL career with the Edmonton Oilers, Pittsburgh Penguins and most recently, the Washington Capitals. He’s coming off a season that saw him score four goals and 23 points in 74 games. Known more for his offensive upside than defensive prowess, the rearguard’s numbers have dipped over time.
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Ex-Capitals defenseman Justin Schultz signing two-year deal with Kraken

Add another defenseman to the needs for the Washington Capitals. Just as the NHL’s 2022 free agency period started, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reports Justin Schultz has agreed to a two-year deal worth around $3 million per season. The 32-year old Schultz is a 10-year veteran. He spent the...
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Report: Kraken signing defender Justin Schultz

Seattle is reportedly signing right-shot-defender Justin Schultz to a 2-year contract valued around $3 million per year, according to Elliotte Friedman. Schultz is a far cry from John Klingberg, the big right-handed defender we’ve all been waiting for. But he also comes at a much better price. This is a fairly low-risk deal for Seattle, who now add a third right-handed shot to their blue line.
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Capitals Sign Defenseman Erik Gustafsson as Justin Schultz Joins Kraken

Caps sign defenseman Gustafsson as Schultz joins Kraken originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. The Capitals’ blue line lost one veteran defenseman and gained another Wednesday. Following two seasons in Washington, Justin Schultz reportedly signed a two-year deal with the Seattle Kraken worth approximately $3 million. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman...
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Justin Schultz Expected To Sign With Seattle Kraken

Former Washington Capitals defenseman Justin Schultz is expected to head to the Seattle Kraken on a two-year deal worth roughly $3MM per season, per Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. It had been long rumored that the Kraken would be after an offensive defenseman who could help them on their powerplay and...
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Kraken's Justin Schultz: Links up with Kraken

Schultz signed a two-year, $6 million contract with the Kraken on Wednesday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports. Schultz's arrival could mean the Kraken's pursuit of John Klingberg didn't work out. The 32-year-old Schultz registered five of his 23 points last season on the power play, adding 87 blocked shots and a minus-15 rating in 74 contests with the Capitals. He'll likely be a fixture in the Kraken's lineup, though he's a low-end option in most fantasy formats.
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Capitals' Justin Schultz: Picks up assist Friday

Schultz produced an assist, four shots on goal and two PIM in Friday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Panthers in Game 6. Schultz finished the Capitals' short playoff run with a goal and two helpers in six games. His assist Friday came on shot that Nicklas Backstrom tipped in. Schultz added eight shots on net, six hits, five blocked shots and a plus-2 rating while logging third-pairing minutes.
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Capitals' Justin Schultz: Deposits goal in Game 5 loss

Schultz scored a goal on two shots in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Panthers in Game 5. Schultz tallied at 2:13 of the second period to give the Capitals a 2-0 lead. The 31-year-old defenseman has done alright in a third-pairing role, logging a goal, one assist, four shots on net, five blocked shots and five hits through five playoff contests. He played a similar role in the regular season, posting 23 points, 92 shots on net and 87 blocked shots in 74 outings.
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