DiPietro's record 15-year deal will pay him $67.5M
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- The New York Islanders have become the NHL's version of a three-ring circus -- and the spotlight keeps shining on the guys in net.
"I guess it's pretty beneficial to be a goaltender on Long Island right now," Rick DiPietro said Tuesday, moments after signing the longest playing contract in NHL history.
One week shy of his 25th birthday, the brash netminder from New
England grabbed a pen and confidently inked his name to a 15-year
deal that will ...
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