The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed both Adam Hall and Marc-Andre Bergeron to new contracts.
Adam Hall, a centre who was ranked first overall for the club last season with face-off percentage and also led the team in hits, was signed to a one-year, one-way contract. Hall played all 82 games last season and recorded 18 points as well as playing in all 18 playoff games with the team, recording five points.
Also staying with the team is defenceman Marc-Andre Bergeron. Bergeron received a two-year, one-way contract with the club.
“He played particularly well for us during the playoffs and his passing skills, as well as his shot, make him a valuable contributor to our team,” GM Steve Yzerman told the Tampa Bay Lightning news.
Bergeron was signed by Tampa on January 4 and played 23 regular season games with them and recorded eight points. He played in 14 of the 18 playoff games for the Bolts and recorded three points.
These signings come in the wake of the Lightning reclaiming defenceman Eric Brewer to their roster as well as the one-year signing of Bruno Gervais.
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