Craig Adams RUMORS & NEWS

  • Craig Adams retires; won two titles in 14 seasons

    ESPN "Two-time Stanley Cup winner Craig Adams announced his retirement from the NHL on Tuesday. Adams, a right winger, played 14 seasons and made stops in Carolina, Chicago and Pittsburgh, winning titles with the Hurricanes in 2006 and Penguins in '09. Adams, who hasn't played since last season,..." January 27

  • Penguins teammates Evgeni Malkin, Craig Adams fight in practice

    CBS Sports "It's been a pretty eventful day for the Pittsburgh Penguins organization. The club just announced the addition of veteran forward David Perron to the team and there were some fireworks at the team's morning skate Friday. According to head coach Mike Johnston, forwards Evgeni Malkin and Craig..." January 03

  • Veteran right winger Adams fighting for roster spot with Penguins

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Right wing Craig Adams has played in 881 NHL regular-season games and another 106 Stanley Cup playoff games. He never has taken one of those appearances for granted nor is he assuming a spot on this season's roster is a given. Adams, 37, doesn't fit the mold of first-year coach Mike..." September 27

  • Penguins agree to terms with Adams

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The Penguins have agreed to terms on a new contract with fourth-line forward Craig Adams. He accepted a two-year deal that carries a salary-cap hit of $700,000. " July 06

  • Free-agent Craig Adams in contract talks with Penguins

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The Penguins are interested in re-signing forward Craig Adams, according to Adams' agent. Neil Sheehy said by email Friday there have been discussions with the Penguins regarding Adams, and he hopes to continue to talk with the club Sunday at the NHL draft in Newark, N.J. Adams, 36, is..." June 29

  • Kris Letang, Craig Adams out for Penguins' game-day skate

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Defenseman Kris Letang and winger Craig Adams are not participating in the Penguins' game-day skate at Consol Energy Center today. There was no immediate explanation for that absence and their status for Game 2 of the Penguins' second-round playoff series against Ottawa tonight at 7:38 is not..." May 17