Demitra signing can't keep Palffy in L.A.
PITTSBURGH -- Ziggy Palffy left the Los Angeles Kings to become the second marquee free agent in a week to join the previously cash-strapped Pittsburgh Penguins, agreeing Saturday to a $13.5 million, three-year contract with the NHL's worst team in 2003-04.
Palffy, long one of the NHL's top scorers, agreed to the deal while in his native Slovakia. He joins a fast-growing stable of Penguins offensive talent that includes Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux, Mark Recchi, free-agent defenseman ...
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