13Eric Fehr

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Team: Pittsburgh Penguins

Contract: Three Years/$6 Million

After his dismal injury plagued 2011-12 season with the Winnipeg Jets, it was looking like Eric Fehr's NHL days were numbered. However, Fehr had a bit of a career resurgence when he rejoined the Washington Capitals. He would play three more seasons with the Capitals, establishing

himself as a solid third line player, including recording 19 goals during the 2014-15 season.

Despite showing that he was able to produce and stay healthy, he had to wait almost a month after free agency began before he signed with the Penguins. In his first season in Pittsburgh, he showed why teams were wary of signing him, as he once again struggled with staying healthy. When Fehr was on the ice, he wasn't all that productive. If Fehr can stay healthy and improve his production a bit, he is a bargain with his current contract.

Grade: B-

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