Bruins Officially Announce Six Signings On First Day Of NHL Free Agency

Mike Reilly, Derek Forbort, Erik Haula, Tomas Nosek, Nick Foligno and Linus Ullmark are headed to Boston

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General manager Don Sweeney and the Boston Bruins were quite busy on the first day of first agency in the National Hockey League.

Sweeney made a flurry of signings and traded goaltender Dan Vladar in a matter of hours Wednesday.

The Bruins officially announced six of the signings and revealed their respective contract numbers, as well.

Here are those who the Bruins signed:

Defenseman Mike Reilly: Three years, $3 million per year (Analysis)
Defenseman Derek Forbort: Three years, $3 million per year (Analysis)
Forrward Erik Haula: Two years, $2.375 million per year (Analysis)
Forward Tomas Nosek: Two years, $1.75 million per year (Analysis)
Forward Nick Foligno: Two years, 3.8 million per year (Analysis)
Goaltender Linus Ullmark: Four years, $5 million per year (Analysis)

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