The Detroit Red Wings have added a little more defensive depth, signing Robert Hagg to a one-year, one-way contract. Hagg will earn $800K in the 2022-23 season. Hagg, 27, was swapped twice in the last year, first as part of the Buffalo Sabres’ return from the Philadelphia Flyers for Rasmus Ristolainen, and then to the Florida Panthers at the deadline for a sixth-round pick. He’ll see his salary cut in half after carrying a $1.6M cap hit the last two seasons, and joins an organization where it is not immediately clear how much playing time is available.
The Philadelphia Flyers originally selected Hagg in the second round (No. 41 overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft. The 6’2″, 204-pound left-handed defenseman spent the first five seasons of his National Hockey League career with the Flyers, scoring 13 goals and 47 points in 236 appearances. Last July,...
The Detroit Red Wings haven't even begun training camp and already two defensemen will start the season on the injured list. On the same day the Wings announced they signed Robert Hägg, they announced Mark Pysyk, signed in mid-July, has undergone surgery to repair an Achilles tendon, with an expected recovery in the 4-6 month range. Jake Walman will miss the start of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery.
DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings today signed defenseman Robert Hagg to a one-year contract with an average annual value of $800,000. Hagg, 27, split the 2021-22 season between the Florida Panthers and Buffalo Sabres, recording nine points (1-8-9) and 35 penalty minutes in 64 games. The 6-foot-2, 207-pound blueliner has skated in 300 career NHL games with the Panthers (2021-22), Sabres (2021-22) and Philadelphia Flyers (2016-21), notching 56 points (14-42-56), a plus-four rating and 178 penalty minutes. He also registered three assists in 14 postseason appearances with the Flyers, helping the team reach the second round of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Additionally, Hagg has compiled 50 points (16-34-50) and 142 penalty minutes in 202 games with the American Hockey League's Adirondack/Lehigh Valley Phantoms from 2013-17.
A new work week has begun and Detroit Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman has made another move by signing defenseman Robert Hagg. According to the Red Wings, the deal is for 1-year and it is worth $800,000. Detroit Red Wings sign free agent Robert Hagg. From Detroit Red Wings:. Hagg,...
Hagg agreed to terms on a one-year, $800,000 contract with Detroit on Monday. Hagg split time between the Panthers and Sabres last year, logging a combined 64 games in which he tallied one goal, eight assists and 59 shots while averaging 16:01 of ice time. Where Hagg will fit into the lineup remains to be seen, especially given the offseason additions of Ben Chiarot and Mark Pysyk. At this point, Hagg may have to settle for periodic stints in the press box as a healthy scratch.
SUNRISE, Fla. - Florida Panthers General Manager Bill Zito announced today that the Florida Panthers have acquired defenseman Robert Hagg from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft (previously acquired by Florida from Calgary). "Robert is a tireless competitor and a physical defenseman...
A day after acquiring Claude Giroux from the Philadelphia Flyers, the Florida Panthers are acquiring a former Flyer in that of defenseman Robert Hagg from the Buffalo Sabres, reports Frank Seravalli of The Daily Faceoff. The pick is expected to be a sixth-round selection in 2022, reports The Athletic’s Pierre LeBrun. That pick was originally the Calgary Flames’ selection, but was traded to Florida last year along with Sam Bennett.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Robert Hagg's brief time in Buffalo appears to be coming to an end, with reports from Daily Faceoff's NHL Insider Frank Seravalli that the Sabres defenseman is being traded to the Florida Panthers. Buffalo will get a 2022 sixth-round pick, traded to the Panthers from the...
With the NHL Trade Deadline coming Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. ET, the Buffalo Sabres got the jump on Sunday, trading defenseman Robert Hagg to the Florida Panthers for a sixth round pick. Paul Hamilton has more details: