|July 2, 2014: NHL Free Agency: Day 1's Winners and Losers|
The first day of free agency included a flurry of deals. Which teams helped themselves and which didn't? Here's our 2014 Free Agency Winners and Losers.
|July 1, 2014: Penguins Sign Greiss|
The Penguins signed Greiss to a one-year, $1 million deal Tuesday.Greiss went 10-8-5 with a 2.29 GAA and a save percentage of .920 with the Coyotes last season. He'll backup Marc-Andre Fleury in Pittsburgh next season.
|June 30, 2014: NHL Free Agency: Top goaltenders to watch|
Not many teams are in the market for a goaltender even if there are plenty of options in free agency, led by Ryan Miller.
|June 28, 2014: Greiss Getting Lots Of Free Agent Interest|
Eight teams have reached out to Greiss' agent, reports Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic. He becomes a free agent on July 1.It's hard to think those interested teams are looking for a starter. Greiss is a very good back-up and it looks like he's as good as gone from the Phoenix ... err ... Arizona Coyotes.