The Washington Capitals announced three signings over a span of an hour on Thursday morning. All three players are minor leaguers but could play games in the NHL over the next two seasons.
The team first re-signed Garrett Pilon to a two-year, $1.5 million contract. The first year of Pilon’s deal is a two-way contract ($750,000 NHL/$110,000 AHL), while the second year is one-way ($750,000).
The Capitals next announced they had re-signed prospect defenseman Bobby Nardella to a two-year, $1.5 million contract. Nardella’s first year is two-way contract ($750,000 NHL/$110,000 AHL), while the second is one-way ($750,000).
Finally, depth forward Michael Sgarbossa inked to a two-year, two-way contract a short time later. The contract will pay Sgarbossa $750,000 NHL/$425,000 AHL in 2021-22 and $750,000 NHL/$500,000 AHL in 2022-23.