Penguins, Rust agree to 6-year extension worth $30.75M

One of the top pending unrestricted free-agent forwards won't be hitting the open market. The Pittsburgh Penguins and winger Bryan Rust agreed to a six-year contract extension that carries an average annual value of $5.125 million. "Bryan exemplifies what it means to be a Pittsburgh Penguin," general manager Ron Hextall...
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Pens, Rust agree to six-year extension

PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Pittsburgh Penguins have agreed to a six-year, $30.7 million extension with forward Bryan Rust. In the 2021-2022 season, Rust finished fourth on the team with a career-high 58 points in 60 games, and was third in goals with 24. In the post-season, the 30-year-old was tied for first with 10 […]
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Rust agrees to six-year contract with Penguins

Forward gets $5.125 million annually, could have become unrestricted free agent. Bryan Rust agreed to a six-year, $30.75 million contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday. It has an average annual value of $5.125 million. The 30-year-old forward could have become an unrestricted free agent July 13. Rust had an...
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‘Rust’ producer remains ‘confident’ film can be completed after fatal shooting

A producer for “Rust” remains “confident” the film can still be completed following the tragic shooting that led to Halyna Hutchins’ death. The cinematographer, 42, died in October after actor Alec Baldwin accidentally discharged a prop firearm on set. Anjul Nigam, one of the producers of the Western film, told The Hollywood Reporter he is “confident” the film will see the light of day soon. “We’re confident we’ll be able to complete the movie,” Nigam told the outlet. “‘Rust’ is obviously a horrific tragedy. The investigation will hopefully be resolved soon and will unveil what happened.” “Obviously, there will be people out there who will have...

'Rust' producer says movie will be completed - Hollywood Reporter

May 16 (Reuters) - A producer of the movie "Rust," whose set saw the fatal accidental shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins last year, said the movie will be completed, the Hollywood Reporter reported on Monday. Hutchins was killed in October when a revolver that actor Alec Baldwin was rehearsing with...

'Rust' producer hopes they will complete film despite tragic death of cinematographer

Despite the tragic shooting that occurred on set, the producer behind Rust is hopeful that they'll be able to finish the film. Last year while filming the Western near Sante Fe, New Mexico, star Alec Baldwin was using a revolver as a prop gun when it accidentally discharged a fatal live round that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza. Production has been suspended since the tragic incident occurred on October 21. The case is currently under investigation by the Sante Fe County Sheriff's Office.

‘Rust’ producer plans to complete Alec Baldwin film after fatal shooting: Buzz

‘Rust’ producer plans to complete film after Alec Baldwin shooting. The show must go on? “Rust” producer Anjul Nigam told The Hollywood Reporter that the Western film will be completed, despite Alec Baldwin’s accidental shooting on the set in October, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. Baldwin said in November he “sincerely doubt(s)” the movie would ever be finished and released, but Nigam said the plan is to finish it after the Santa Fe County sheriff’s department completes its investigation.